Some of London’s top designers are on the floor to present their spring/summer 2024 collection and are eager to inspire one of the most stylish audiences at the famously Avant Garde city.
London, one of the edgiest stylish capitals, has been hosting London Fashion Week to help view and explore Avant Garde designs of the year. Moreover, up-and-coming talent is available to learn how fashion products should be carried.
Although London does not host big fashion houses and brands as you can experience in Paris, Milan, and New York, you can still explore the most influencing trends of 2023 and 2024 and adopt them in the coming season.
At London Fashion Week, you can explore some stand-out moments and shows in London Fashion Week that the viewers and top fashion agencies have experienced. For example, you have Burberry Street in the show, which has developed a collaboration with one of the most recognized transport systems, Transport for London (TfL). It means you have a transformed Burberry Street tube station, a Bond Street.
The mainstay, Paul Costelloe, was the kick-off of London Fashion Week that turned into a sporty look. The models of Irish designers came on the floor with some stunning sporty looks and astonished the audience.
JW Anderson is undoubtedly the brand of 2023, and you can find it in London Fashion Week. His eponymous label’s show astonished many due to unconventional materials. He ensured that his SS24 collection lived up to his reputation as the hottest brand of 2023.
Rihanna’s favorite designer, Molly Goddard, also presented her collection at London Fashion Week. From archival fashion to nods, every variety was presented through undone dress clasps and Georgian underskirts.
Simone Rocha came on the floor of London Fashion Week with roses everywhere. The rehearsal was conducted at the English National Ballet, and when Rocha appeared on the floor, every dress was equipped with trademark bows and added roses.