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Fashion agenda: Lakme Fashion Week

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Friday 12 August 2011 00:00
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Here are some of the biggest international fashion events coming up over the next month.

Lakme Fashion Week
August 16-21
Mumbai, India

With the help of Mercedes Benz, which also sponsors fashion weeks in New York, Sydney, and Berlin, for example, Lakme fashion week has developed into India's most prestigious fashion event.
http://www.lakmefashionweek.co.in


Sydney Fashion Festival

August 23-27
Sydney, Australia

The Sydney Fashion Festival features ticketed fashion events for the public, showcasing Australia's leading designer brands and retailers as their Spring/Summer collections arrive in stores throughout the city. The main fashion shows are held in the Sydney Town Hall and are accompanied by a satellite schedule of fashion and lifestyle events that span the city. The Rosemount Australian Fashion Week is Australia's most globally-followed fashion event but, like the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, the Mercedes-Benz Sydney Festival is popular with the locals as it is open to the public.
http://mbffsydney.com.au/homepage
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Semana Internacional de la Moda (SIMM)
September 1-3
Madrid, Spain

The country's most important fashion week showcases the collections of local as well as international designers. The inclusive event attracts buyers from all over the world looking for everything from vanguard fashion to everyday wear, sportswear, underwear, plus-size and teen fashion.
http://www.ifema.es/web/ferias/simm/default.html


Istanbul Fashion Week

September 7-10
Istanbul, Turkey

One of the youngest fashion weeks of the world, the event has already gained a high-profile following thanks to designers such as Dice Kayek or Hakaan.
http://www.ifw.com.tr

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New York Fashion Week

September 8-15
New York, NY, USA

The biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talents, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.
http://www.mbfashionweek.com


Daphne Guinness exhibition
September 16 - January 7
New York, NY, USA

Filling the void left by the Met's Alexander McQueen exhibit, this new display at The Museum at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) is dedicated to socialite and supporter of high fashion Daphne Guinness, featuring around 100 garments and accessories from her collection by the likes of Azzedine Alaïa, Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, John Galliano for Christian Dior, and of course her personal favorite McQueen.
http://fitnyc.edu/3662.asp


London Fashion Week
September 16-20
London, UK

Just one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julian Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their Spring/Summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.
http://www.londonfashionweek.co.uk


Milan Fashion Week
September 21-27
Milan, Italy

After London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's Spring/Summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.
http://www.cameramoda.it


Paris Fashion Week
September 27 - October 5
Paris, France

The season of Spring/Summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.
http://www.modeaparis.com

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