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A recap of London Fashion Week




It has recently been the celebration of London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2022 and what a way to end last year and start this one!
After the past difficult years regarding the pandemic, it was nice to see many designers come back together and showcase all of their designs and creativity. As restrictions around the world start to ease, may creatives and influencers can finally take their front row seats to one of London’s biggest events of the year.

Many of the designs and outfits were shown via a digital presentation as designers have adapted their work to fit the current climate, making it a less traditional way to present their work but making it more unique nonetheless.

A lot of the shows during LFW focused on gender and identity roles which was so refreshing, exploring the different ways you can express yourself with fashion.

3 London Fashion Week highlights
Harris Reed

Designer Harris Reed started the week with an intimate performance; the performers were surrounded by clouds and singer Sam Smith performed Kissing You by Des’ree. This particular show was inspired by a 1897 book about Queen Victoria, the show was called ‘’60 Years a Queen’’.

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With the tagline ‘’designed by an immigrant’’, Foday Dumbuya, creative director created a collection based on migration and the positivity it creates. The models wore vibrant, bright tailored outfits. Dumbuya’s attention was focused on West Africa heritage which can be seen in the fabrics, and colour.

SS Daley
Steven Stokey Daley had his very ‘own modern day period drama’, which was set like a traditional English stately home, with a chaise lounge, four poster bed and a picnic scene. All 3 of these sets were based on a character and style. The clothes were such as a leather waistcoat, wide leg trousers and reimagined trench coats. Daley also introduced his first womenswear pieces.


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