Kick off London Fashion Week without Burberry or Beckham

in this occasion, The program contains 37 public offeringsincluding well-known brands such as Simone Rocha, Molly Goddard, Roksanda, Erdem and Rejina Pyo.

However, the big names regular on the London catwalks such as Victoria Beckham and Burberry will not be present, although the latter She will be organizing a show for her fall/winter 2022 collection out of the program on March 11th in the capital.

Other designers prefer to keep digital formatas punk queen Vivienne Westwood, who will present her latest creations in a video.

Edward Crutchley’s Fall Winter 2022 runway show on the first day of London Fashion Week.

Sustainable Fashion “Made in Spain”

Aparishi, who left his career in finance to pursue a career in fashion, has performed with sustainable clothing company SOHUMAN, a sustainable fashion brand that promised “radical transparency.”

The 28-year-old from Valencia started designing T-shirts that rose to fame in 2019 in Spain after contestants wore them on the TV show Operación Triunfo, before switching to ‘Made in Spain’ ready-to-wear.

For emerging brands like SOHUMAN, London Fashion Week is an unparalleled opportunity to introduce yourselfIt also happened with the young Albanian designer Nensi Dojaka, who in 2021 won the LVMH Award for Young Talents.

These emerging designers often stem from the prestigious London Fashion School of Central Saint Martins Or among the creatives chosen by talent incubator Fashion East, which organizes its Sunday rallies.

Among the leading sustainable fashion designers, Britain’s Bethany Williams and Ireland’s Richard Malone will present their creations on Tuesday.

The public will be able to follow the rallieslive or recorded, on the digital platform launched by London Fashion Week in June 2020, in the midst of the pandemic.

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Also with the aim of reaching fashionistas around the world, Serbian Roksanda Ilincic will present a demi-couture look in the NFT format created by the Institute of Digital Fashion.

London Fashion Week follows Milan and Paris.

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