No ticket? No problem. There are a whole host of other ways to get involved with London Fashion Week. Here we roundup the very best events to help you get in the spirit of things.
Carnaby Street - just up the road from London Fashion Week's new home, Carnaby Street is hosting its own celebration with an outdoor screen showing catwalk highlights, plus they'll be an array of nearby stores hosting special events and offers. carnaby.co.uk
Riding House Cafe - a favoured hangout of the fashion crowd. To celebrate the event there's a special LFW menu which includes our personal favourite - the 'Basic Bitch' cocktail. ridinghousecafe.co.uk
Burberry Prorsum - the Burberry show is one of the highlights of London Fashion Week, unfortunately it also has a very strict guestlist. That doesn't mean you have to miss out though because there will be a live stream of the show from the Regent St store on Monday 21st at 1pm burberry.com
Balthazar Matthew Williamson Afternoon Tea - all that fashion can make you feel a little peckish. For the most stylish of treats head down to Balthazar where Matthew Williamson has once again created an afternoon tea inspired by his catwalk collections. Head to balthazarlondon.com to find out more and make a booking.
London Fashion Weekend - the bi-annual event opens up the shows to public, this year being held at the Saatchi gallery they'll be catwalk shows, special talks and of course lots of shopping. 24 - 37 September londonfashionweekend.co.uk
Zoe Jordan - is a name to know this fashion week - not least because of her collaboration with high street store River Island that launches this week. The designer is also hosting a public screening of her digital fashion show which will be held on Sunday September 20th from 10.30am- 11am in Golden Square, London W1F 9LG.
Louis Vuitton - head down to the Strand where the French fashion house has reinterpreted its autumn fashion for a fully immersive LV experience. Opens on Monday till the 18th October. louisvuitton.com
Charity Fashion Live - is an event hosted in collaboration with Oxfam which on Saturday 19th September will see London Fashion Week looks recreated by stylist Emma Slade Edmondson using just charity shop garments. Head to charityfashionlive.com to tune in live.
Hunter live - can't make it down to London? There's no need to even leave your sofa these days. Hunter Original are making good use of Periscope by launching a livestream experience which will give live access to music acts as well of the show of course. Tune in from 1pm on Saturday 19th September, hunterboots.comReuse content