A mix of tweed and Y2K at London Fashion Week amid economic recession

A mix of tweed and Y2K at London Fashion Week amid economic recession

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However, the BFC’s NEWGEN sponsorship programme, which supports young designers, has confirmed London’s status as a talent incubator. And while it’s less prestigious than Paris or Milan, London Fashion Week is celebrated for being freer, more radical and less formulaic.

This anniversary edition aims to highlight greater diversity and inclusivity in the designers’ collections regardless of models’ body size, age or skin color, as well as identity or inspiration from the Caribbean, Iran, India or Ethiopia. ,

The weekend before Burberry’s show on Monday evening will include more familiar names like JW Anderson, Richard Quinn, Ahluwalia and Simone Rocha.

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