London Fashion Weeki

The latest collections from luxury brands and high fashion designers on the catwalks in London.

  • After catching Donatella Versace’s eye, Kane became known for his subversive designs that celebrate sexual liberation and create an ‘alternative femininity’
  • His new collection, shown at London Fashion Week last month, highlights the ‘oppression’ of working-class women, and takes inspiration from nature and painting

It’s time to ramp up your warm weather wardrobe with the latest fashion trends from the spring/summer 2023 catwalks in Paris, Milan, New York and London, so get ready for fluorescents and florals

A year into the war with Russia, three Ukrainian fashion designers show new collections put together in Ukraine. ‘I think it’s really important not to stop,’ says Ksenia Schnaider, one of the three.


Adidas Originals, Pharrell Williams, Alicia Keys and more of the Italian luxury brand’s new ‘co-creators’ took over Olympia London with their immersive installations

Creative director Daniel Lee went in a bold new colourful direction for his first runway show with the brand, with Naomi Campbell and Jun Ji-hyun in the front row

Smith says they are finally comfortable in their skin – a win for fashion fans who have delighted in seeing them in everything from Harri latex to Valentino and R. Swiader gowns in recent months


Chinese fashion designer Susan Fang reveals how nature inspires her creations, from handbags that mimic ocean bubbles, to textiles inspired by the way sunlight is refracted through leaves.

The British designer and Celine alum takes over from Riccardo Tisci, whose five-year term ended suddenly amid talk of Burberry’s ‘lacklustre’ sales and poor social media presence

London Fashion Week started days after Queen Elizabeth died, but while tribute was paid – think black veils, cancelled parties and, on the day of her funeral, no shows – the event went ahead more or less as planned.

From holidays with Karlie Kloss to marrying Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and hanging with her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, Beatrice sure lives the life of a true princess – as this glamorous picture history proves

What’s the future of fashion weeks? Can labels keep putting on catwalk shows and expect everyone to come? Not after the coronavirus pandemic. They need to offer experiences, and harness social media.

Born in London and raised in Sri Lanka, designer Amesh Wijesekera’s collections are bright, flowery and romantic – and deliberately not gender-specific because he believes fashion should be inclusive.

Riccardo Tisci’s models strutted through dense woodland in a collection the designer says was inspired by a ‘love affair between a mermaid and a shark’

The London-based design duo have had to embrace seismic changes, launching their autumn/winter 2020 collection digitally while planning for future challenges of Brexit and the need for sustainability


Fashion weeks have been cancelled or forced online by Covid-19. This has paused the street style parades at fashion weeks, a scene industry insiders say had become more commercial than creative.

Winner of the first Karl Lagerfeld Award for Innovation, fashion designer Emily Adams Bode’s retro-modern designs use vintage US textiles and sustainable merino wool and historical crafting techniques.

From collaborating with Jean Paul Gaultier last year to its London Fashion Week debut, China’s down jacket designer Bosideng is ready to take on the global high-fashion market.

From Burberry and Victoria Beckham to high street brands, the coronavirus is hitting global fashion production hard as factories in China halt work, with fears of serious long-term complications if the outbreak continues later into the year.

Picked by Meghan Markle for the cover of British Vogue, Sinead Burke sat in the front row at London Fashion Week, has designers customising outfits for her, and is very vocal on the subject of inclusivity in fashion.

With Chinese labels, store buyers, stylists and journalists set to miss London and Milan fashion weeks amid the coronavirus outbreak, Italian fashion chamber runs ‘China, we are with you’ campaign to ‘send a positive message’.

The luxury brand reveals its new gold Serpenti watches and the Seduttori case, which is thinner than its predecessors, features cabochon-cut gemstones

Chinese designers Huishan Zhang, Yuhan Wang, Timothy Mo and Taiwanese designer Jamie Wei Huang are making waves in the UK capital – but where will they stand after Brexit?

Riccardo Tisci’s Burberry kingdom seeks to channel the progress of the Victorian era in a collection inspired by the luxury British brand’s past and dedicated to its future

We talk to key figures of catwalk, backstage and street-style photography on how they got into fashion week photography and what it takes to stand out in a scene that is getting ever more competitive.