Don’t freak out Voyeurs but the provisional show schedule for London Fashion Week FW17 just dropped…
So you know we’re in a season of change, that Fashion Week in it’s current guise is under loose footing, and that glimmers of the new vision were evident during the SS17 season in October. In February we can expect more of the same. Slowly, more designers are choosing to show collections that fit the season in which they’re shown and opting for the ‘See Now, Buy Now’ format favoured by Tom Ford and Burberry.
But by far one of the biggest changes is number of designers making the move to show both Menswear and Womenswear on the runway during LFW, leaving London Collections: Men (LCM) in limbo.
So, what can we expect from the new and improved LFW? Well, February 2017 will see Roland Mouret make his return to LFW and stripe fanatics Ports 1961 will show on the LFW runway for the first time. The number of fashion presentations has also increased, giving rise to the busiest LFW schedule in a long time….
Obviously we’re still two months away from LFW unfolding and as we know, the schedule could still change at the last minute. So for now, mark your favourites, sit back, and wait patiently….