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London Fashion Week 2024: dates, tickets and what you need to know

LFW AW24 is almost here

India Lawrence
Chiara Wilkinson
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India Lawrence
Chiara Wilkinson

It seems like only yesterday that we were all boggling over the Burberrys X Norman’s collab and pinching ourselves at JW Anderson’s glorious playdough-inspired SS24 catwalk collection. Somehow, London Fashion Week (LFW) has come back around already – and this time, it’s celebrating its 40th birthday. 

That means it’s time to shake off your most stylish outfit (mob wife inspired or otherwise) and march yourself down to 180 The Strand, where you’ll fit right in with the crowds of fashionistas gathering in the capital to see the latest looks for Autumn/Winter 2024 (AW24). Don’t know where to begin? Here’s all the information you need. 

When is London Fashion Week 2024? 

LFW takes place twice a year: in February and September. The next fashion week will be from Friday February 16 to Tuesday February 20, 2024.

Where is London Fashion Week held? 

London Fashion Week usually takes place at the British Fashion Council’s own show space at 180 The Strand. The closest tubes are Holborn and Temple. There will also be serveral events taking place at external locations across the city.

How do I get tickets to London Fashion Week 2024? 

Unfortunately, most of the LFW shows are invite-only, so you can’t buy tickets. 

What designers should I be watching out for? 

Obviously, you’ve got the big names like Burberry, Simone Rocha and JW Anderson. But there are also a load of newer London designers showcasing their work – and we’d argue they’re just as exciting. There’s Chet Lo, with his futuristic spiky knits; Ancuta Sarca, with her cutting edge re-worked Nike trainer kitten heels; Tolu Coker’s bold, identity-politics inspired designs and Sinead Gorey’s fun, fit-to-party womenswear. Make sure you don’t miss Fashion East, which every year showcases a fresh batch of upcoming avant garde designers. 

LFW events you can actually attend

Thankfully, for us normies, LFW also puts on a ‘City Wide Celebration’ with free events and shows put on by brands and designers that the public can attend. The events include designer Q&A sessions, workshops around zero-waste craftsmanship and upcycling, live music performances and limited edition product drops. You can see the full schedule on the LFW website, including events by Selfridges, Vivienne Westwood and Matches Fashion. 


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