London Fashion Week: schedule

Here is the complete show schedule for London fashion week, which starts September 16. Shows taking place at the BFC Show Space will be broadcast
online.

September 16

09.00 Paul Costelloe, BFC Show Space
10.00 Corrie Nielsen, MBF FR
11.00 Caroline Charles, BFC Show Space
12.00 Jena.Theo, WC1
13.00 Bora Aksu, BFC Show Space
14.00 Maria Grachvogel, WC2
15.00 Jean-Pierre Braganza, BFC Show Space
16.00 sass & bide, WC2
17.00 Felder Felder, BFC Show Space
18.00 Basso and Brooke, MBF
19.00 Ann-Sofie Back Atelje / BACK, BFC Show Space
20.30 PPQ, BFC Show Space

September 17

09.00 Daks, BFC Show Space
10.00 Clements Ribeiro, MBF
11.00 Ashish, BFC Show Space
12.00 Julien Macdonald, W1
13.00 Jasper Conran, BFC Show Space
13.30 Zoë Jordan, MBF SS
14.00 Emilio de la Morena, SW1
15.00 Jaeger London, BFC Show Space
16.00 House of Holland, WC1
17.00 John Rocha, BFC Show Space
18.00 Vivienne Westwood Red Label, EC1
19.00 Jonathan Saunders, W2
20.00 Issa London, BFC Show Space
20.45 Fashion Fringe, WC2

September 18

09.00 Margaret Howell, W1
10.00 Mulberry, W1
11.00 Richard Nicoll, SW1
11.30 Mulberry,W1 PN SS
12.00 Fashion East, W1
13.00 Nicole Farhi, WC2
14.00 Holly Fulton, BFC Show Space NG
15.00 Unique, TS Venue
16.00 Marios Schwab, BFC Show Space
17.00 Paul Smith, SW1
18.00 Tom Ford Women's Presentation, SW1
19.15 Matthew Williamson, SE1
20.30 Acne, WC2

September 19

09.00 Peter Pilotto, TS Venue FF
10.00 Antonio Berardi, SE1
11.00 Pringle of Scotland, WC1
12.00 Christopher Kane, EC4
13.00 Michael van der Ham, TS Venue NG
14.00 Erdem, WC2
15.00 Mark Fast, BFC Show Space
16.00 Burberry Prorsum, tbc
17.00 Nasir Mazhar, TS Venue NG PN
17.30 Louise Gray, TS Venue NG
18.30 Todd Lynn, BFC Show Space FF
19.30 Giles, WC2
20.30 Temperley London, WC1

September 20

09.00 Mary Katrantzou, TS Venue
10.00 Aquascutum, SW1
11.00 Roksanda Ilincic, SW1
12.00 Osman, BFC Show Space
13.00 Kinder Aggugini, TBC
14.00 Meadham Kirchhoff, TS Venue FF
15.00 Amanda Wakeley, BFC Show Space
16.00 David Koma, TS Venue NG
17.00 Danielle Scutt, BFC Show Space
18.30 Aminaka Wilmont, BFC Show Space

September 21 - Menswear

09.00 J.W.Anderson, The Portico Rooms PN SS NM
09.45 Christopher Shannon, BFC Show Space NM
10.30 MAN, TM Venue
11.30 Lou Dalton, The Portico Rooms PN SS NM
12.30 Topman Design, TM Venue
13.30 E. Tautz, WC2 PN SS
14.30 James Long, BFC Show Space NM
15.30 Oliver Spencer, WC2 PN SS
16.30 KTZ, BFC Show Space
17.15 A Child of the Jago, W1
18.00 RAKE, W1 PN
19.00 Hardy Amies, W1

http://londonfashionweek.co.uk

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