Confirmation from the British Fashion Council (BFC): London Fashion Week has officially been canceled.
The event, dedicated to menswear, should have been held in January but, due to the uncertainties related to the pandemic still ongoing, it was considered preferable to further postpone it so that it can be carried out safely.
Nevertheless, BFC declared itself confident for the future in its press release, anticipating that next year they will opt for three co-ed fashion weeks. They also already announced the dates: from 18 to 22 February, 11 to 13 June and 16 to 20 September.
The format used will be, once again, the one introduced in September 2021, a hybrid between digital and physical, which is called phygital and is characterized by fashion shows, appointments, presentations and events available both in the capital of England and online. The digital platform LFW will be available for the whole year, being constantly updated and accessible to all, allowing industry professionals, the media, retailers but also consumers to view and buy collections.
Everything will be sponsored by Clearpay, in an innovative blend of fashion, culture and technology.
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