This season London Fashion Week was supposed to stage its big post-Covid comeback, buoyed by the return of major labels …

This season London Fashion Week was supposed to stage its big post-Covid comeback, buoyed by the return of major labels like Burberry. The death of the Queen, triggering 10 days of official mourning, certainly complicated things. There were some dropouts and schedule shifts. But by and large London Fashion Week forged ahead.

If some worried that tabloid media would portray the shows as frivolous and tone-deaf, damaging the industry’s image, the designers who presented their collections on Thursday, Friday and Saturday made convincing arguments for why the shows matter, not only to London Fashion Week and their own businesses, but to brand Britain.

From Harris Reed to JW Anderson, Susanna Lau reports on the creativity and growing sense of camaraderie that ran through the first three days of London Fashion Week.

Read the full report by Susanna Lau. [Link in bio]

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