Here’s Everything You Need to Know About The Upcoming London Fashion Week

6Posh’s first fashion week

Do you know that this year’s London Fashion Week will feature designer Victoria Beckham’s work for the first time ever? The iconic British designer who, along with her husband David Beckham is a regular at every major fashion week will showcase her new collection at the upcoming London Fashion Week this September. This also coincides with the 10th anniversary of her brand. In fact, the designer has got a number of things planned for her premiere at the London Fashion Week. It is also a surprise that the designer, being such a staple of British fashion, has never been a part of the London Fashion Week.

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Posh’s first fashion week

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7She is a workwear queen

Victoria Beckham aka Posh is a total trailblazer when it comes to workwear. In case you have seen any of her collections or runway shows, you will see it is all about fancy pastels and perfect silhouettes. She is known for signature pencil cut dresses, which are a hit with the working fashionista all over the world. Her creations and her style is also the kind of fashion the London Fashion Week is known for. Victoria’s creations have evolved over the wear so as to be more relatable to the working millennial but is still all about classic cuts and old-school pairing. Moreover, she has done a lot to bring androgynous fashion in the fashion week circuit.

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She is a workwear queen

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8The Queen will be there

Queen Elizabeth II is a major part of the London Fashion Week, which is understandable as the event has grown to become a British cultural landmark. Last year the Queen made headlines when she was spotted at the front row of a runway show and was pictured getting chatty with none other than Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The Queen was there to present an award to aspiring names in fashion. The award was the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design, which recognizes the role of fashion and creative forces in society as a whole. It is also a productive step towards promoting creative trade and the business it brings in, which is also the idea behind London Fashion Week.

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Queen Elizabeth II at London Fashion Week

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9Burberry will rule as usual

The British luxury fashion brand has been the champion of the London Fashion Week for years now. Burberry, much like the fashion week itself, it is all about classic and yet easy, wearable fashion. You must have seen the signature tartan trench coats and umbrellas which are produced by the label. Last year, it went a step ahead and challenged itself when it embraced the anti-fit trend. Baggy shirts and slouchy pants are a huge hit with the millennial population and Burberry’s last London fashion week show made the most of the trend by featuring bold innovations around the anti-fit trend.

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10It’s Tisci’s year

The upcoming Fashion Week will also be the first for Italian fashion designer Riccardo Tisci, who was announced as Burberry’s chief creative officer recently. Tisci is known for his subtle, minimal gothic accents and experts believe that he might just be the best thing for Burberry. He succeeds the legendary Christopher Bailey, who was a part of Burberry for a long time. Bailey’s last show was February’s London Fashion Week where he spoke about promoting the culture of diversity through fashion. “There has never been a more important time to say that in our diversity lies our strength and our creativity,” Bailey had said.

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