London Fashion Week 2018: Schedule, Dates, and Where to Get Tickets

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London Fashion Week is upon us again – this year it runs from the evening of Thursday February 15 to Tuesday February 20.

Most events will be held at the BFC show space at The Store Studios, 180 Strand, London WC2R 1EA, and the Ambika P3 show space at the University of Westminster. Some events will be held at other secret locations, revealed only to ticket holders.


London Fashion Week Schedule

The full schedule for London Fashion Week can be seen on the official website.

Designer events and catwalk shows for the event include:

Thursday 15th February (evening only)

Katie Eary
Juno Calypso

Friday 16th February

Richard Malone
Xu Zhi
Ryan LO
Amanda Wakely
Bora Aksu
Xiao Li
Fyodor Golan
Marta Jakubowski
Pam Hogg
Johnstons of Elgin
Matty Bovan
Ashley Williams
Emma Charles

Saturday 17th February

Alice Archer
JW Anderson
Simone Rocha
Lulu Guinness
Jasper Conran
Markus Lupfer
Molly Goddard
Sadie Williams
House of Holland
Gareth Pugh
Clio Peppiatt X gal-dem

Sunday 18th February

Temperly London
Edeline Lee
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
Sharon Wauchob
Malone Souliers
Roland Mouret
Margaret Howell
Fashion East
Roberta Einer
Huishan Zhang
MM6 Maison Margiela
Mary Katrantzou
Peter Pilotto

Monday 19th February

Pringle of Scotland
Paul Costelloe
Marques Almeida
Sophia Webster
Aspinal of London
Faustine Steinmetz
Christopher Kane
Dilara Findikoglu
Mother of Pearl
Paula Knorr
Emilia Wickstead
Camilla Elphick

Tuesday 20th February

Emilio de la Morena
Natasha Zinko
Eudon Choi
Alexander White
Teatum Jones
Jamie Wei Huang
Isa Arfen
A by Jigsaw
Tata Naka
Richard Quinn
Whyte Studio


How to Get Tickets for London Fashion Week

The biggest fashion event of the year is invite-only for most of the events, so unless you’re a fashion buyer, a celebrity, or a big name in the fashion industry, you’re unlikely to get to see the catwalk shows in person.

One notable exception is bloggers and social influencers – if you’re a fashion blogger or vlogger and have a significant following, you may be eligible to attend. You’ll need an Instagram following of at least 35k, 80k YouTube subscribers, or a blog with over 15,000 monthly unique visitors. You must also show a clear interest in supporting British fashion and designers on all your channels.

As the vetting process takes some time and the British Fashion Council receives a high volume of applications, you’re probably too late this time round. But at least you have an incentive to build your followers before next season!

However, there’s no need to miss out if you can’t get your hands on a ticket. Most of the events will be available to watch online and several catwalk shows are live-streamed so you’ll get to see the season’s new looks as the same time as the industry experts.

There are also always other fashion-related events around London during Fashion Week.


London Fashion Week Festival Tickets

For those who want the opportunity to buy designer collections from over 150 brands at exclusive prices, you can buy tickets for the London Fashion Week Festival, which is held from February 22 – 25.

This event also includes catwalk shows, and industry insider talks. Ticket prices range from £20 for basic access to the event to £60 for the opportunity tor view catwalk shows and receive a limited edition tote bags.

“Luxe” tickets are also available, which include front-row seats at the catwalk shows, VIP reception, private till point for shopping, and the opportunity for Q&A with designers. Ticket prices range from £145 – £200.

All tickets for the festival are available from the website.


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