This September, London Fashion Week (LFW) will officially open its doors to the public.
After decades of the fashion event being reserved for industry insiders, from journalists and stylists to buyers and influencers. The five-day event, hosted by the British Fashion Council, will be the first of the four fashion weeks globally to open its doors (followed by New York, Milan and Paris).
Giving you an inside glimpse into LFW, the immersive experience, following on from last season’s London Fashion Week Insiders’ consumer event will include a #PositiveFashion designer exhibition, creative installations and, most importantly, access to a designer catwalks.
As well as the event hosting trade-only catwalk shows for industry professionals, LFW will hold several public shows over the 14th and 15th of September, which will display the current autumn/winter 2019 collections.
British label, Henry Holland, as well as A-lister favourite Self Portrait are the first labels to confirm shows for LFW ticket holders. Celebs who have attended in the past include Harry Styles, Ellie Goulding, Alexa Chung and Lily Allen.
Getting a seat, however, will cost you.
A standing ticket will set you back £135 - but will give you access to a designer catwalk show, the Positive Fashion Talk and exhibition, entry to the discoveryLAB and a complimentary LFW tote bag.
A VIP front row seat will set you back £245. The package including a front row seat to a catwalk show, all of the experiences previously mentioned, as well as access to the VIP lounge with complimentary drinks and snacks, plus a complimentary LFW tote bag, which will be filled with goodies.
Although it may seem spenny to some, if you love fashion, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to brush shoulders with stylish celebs and get an inside glimpse into the fashion world.
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