London Fashion Week SS16: Highlights

London Fashion Week SS16: Highlights

According to the editor-in-chief of Vogue, Alexandra Shulman, you don’t get the established talent in fashion without helping the emerging talent. And the British Fashion Council agrees with her which is why this autumn’s London Fashion Week has a huge focus on young, emerging talent.

The UK’s young designers will be out in full force and they’re more creative and vibrant than ever – splashing colour and imagination across the stages and injecting our lives with inspiration and, quite frankly, hope that high fashion is here to stay.

London Fashion Week will bring over 150 womenswear designers and their SS16 collections to the Designer Showrooms, Brewer Street Car Park from Friday 18-Tuesday 22 September 2015.  But it will also showcase the very best of the bright young things.

Highlights will include NEWGEN SS16 which has been sponsored by every young fashionista’s Mecca, TOPSHOP. The High street fashion giant is showcasing the British Fashion Council’s emerging talent initiative through their pop-up showroom within which up-and-coming ones to watch Ashley Williams, Claire Barrow, Danielle Romeril, Faustine Steinmetz, Marta Jakubowski, Molly Goddard, Sadie Williams and Ryan Lo will each present their collections to buyers and press. For the full pop-up schedule visit: londonfashionweek.com/events.

Marta Jakubowski

Danielle Romerill AW15 design

Hats are back according to this Millinery maelstrom of a show, Headonism 2015. This is The British Fashion Council’s millinery initiative, showcasing Emma Yeo, Harvy Santos, Keely Hunter and Sophie Beale in a space co-curated by Stephen Jones OBE.

Keely Hunter reimagines lines and brings modern romance to SS16 PHOTO SOURCE: The Eternal Headonist

Bring your sunnies for we’ll be busting out the bling for BFC’s fine jewellery initiative Rock Vault 2015, showcasing Beth Gilmour, COMPLETEDWORKS, Jacqueline Cullen, Lily Kamper, Ornella Iannuzzi, Rachel Boston, Ruifier, Shimell & Madden, The House of Ana de Costa and Yunus & Eliza in a space co-curated by Stephen Webster MBE.

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