The British Fashion Council (BFC) has announced that London Fashion Week (LFW) to be held from February 14-18, at Store X, 180 Strand, Temple, London, will be a city-wide celebration themed around Positive Fashion, the BFC initiative designed to celebrate industry best practice and encourage future business decisions to create positive change.
City-Wide celebration aims to unite London in a festival of creativity and innovation with a dynamic schedule including events and activations in partnership with key retailers, cultural institutions and businesses, opening London Fashion Week to new audiences and communities.
The BFC has curated a schedule of activities including over 78 brands, 103 stores and 346 events taking place between Friday 14th and Tuesday 18th February. Events and activations will continue to be added to the schedule leading up to LFW.
London Fashion Week September 2019 was the first international fashion week to open its doors to a wider public, offering dedicated experiences for both a trade and public audience through one dynamic schedule. Following its success, the format will return for London Fashion Week in February 2020. The London Fashion Week hub will be located at The Store X, 180 Strand.
The British Fashion Council (BFC) was set up in 1983 to promote British fashion internationally and co-ordinate this promotion through fashion weeks, exhibitions and showcasing events.
The BFC now supports designers beginning at college level and extending to talent identification, business support and showcasing schemes to help British designer businesses develop their profiles and business globally and promote British fashion and its influential role in Britain and London.
The BFC Colleges Council offers support to students through its Foundation, BA and MA scholarships, links with industry through design competitions and Graduate Preview Day. Talent identification and business support schemes include BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund, BFC/GQ Designer Fashion Fund and Newgen which includes womenswear, menswear and accessories.
The BFC also runs and owns charities including the BFC Fashion Arts Foundation, the BFC Fashion Trust and the BFC Education Foundation. Showcasing initiatives and events include London Fashion Week, London Fashion Week Men’s, London show Rooms, International Fashion Showcase, London Fashion Week Festival and the annual celebration of creativity and innovation in the fashion industry: The Fashion Awards.
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