London Fashion Week celebrates 40th anniversary with Fall/Winter 2024 season
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London Fashion Week celebrates 40th anniversary with Fall/Winter 2024 season

For Fall/Winter 2024, London Fashion Week celebrates its 40th anniversary by presenting a vibrant mix of renowned designers and emerging talent in a spectacular blend of tradition and innovation.
December 23, 2023

London’s most prestigious fashion event, London Fashion Week, is celebrating its 40th anniversary in style. From February 16th-20th, the city will come alive with a dazzling showcase of the latest trends from both established and emerging designers.


Fall/Winter 2024 will feature some of the most iconic names in British fashion, including Burberry, JW Anderson, Roksanda, Erdem and Simone Rocha. One of the highlights of the event will be the return of Dunhill to the London catwalk under its new Creative director, Simon Holloway. Celebrating its 130th anniversary this year, Dunhill will be one of the opening acts on the first day of London Fashion Week. The brand has undergone a stylish transformation under Holloway’s leadership and its return to the catwalk is eagerly anticipated. Their last catwalk show was during Paris Fashion Week Men’s in 2020.

The opening day also promises excitement with brands like Huishan Zhang, Chet Lo and Tolu Coker, the latter making its debut in the runway format.


Saturday’s line-up is a testament to the diverse and innovative spirit of British fashion. Labels such as Roksanda, David Koma, Erdem, Richard Quinn, Ahluwalia, 16Arlington and Simone Rocha will showcase their unique visions of modern elegance.

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On Sunday morning, the spotlight shifts to Emilia Wickstead and JW Anderson, followed by an array of designers including Eudon Choi, Tove, Holzweiler, Conner Ives, Aaron Esh, Saul Nash and Dilara Findikoglu. Findikoglu’s return is particularly anticipated, following her hiatus last season.

On Monday, Burberry‘s Daniel Lee will present his third runway show since taking the helm of the iconic brand. On the same day, designers such as Di Petsa and Yuhan Wang will present their work. In addition, two of London’s most celebrated labels, Marques’ Almeida and Knwls, will return to the catwalk after a hiatus last season.

A special feature of this year’s London Fashion Week is the BFC Newgen Show Space at The Old Selfridges Hotel. Eleven labels supported by the retailer will present their designs here, giving them the chance to shine on the international stage.

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