London Fashion Week AW 2021 – Digital Genderless Shows

London Fashion Week AW 2021 – Digital Genderless Shows

London Fashion Week AW 2021 goes gender neutral and fully virtual amid COVID-19 restrictions. Normally around 5,000 visitors would appear to the capital for London Fashion Week but this year, we were able to view designers’ latest collections from the comfort of our homes. The five day long online event will merge its men’s and womenswear collections. It is the first of the fashion events to move from the catwalk to online. The event showcased menswear, womenswear and everything in between, in the bid for brands to champion the combination of the collections.

Running from February 19-23, this season serves as an opportunity to create an inclusive version of London Fashion Week, which may inspire future iterations for seasons to come.

Here is the Tessuti guide on what not to miss from the digital London Fashion Week:

Day 1 – Friday 19th

Kicking off London Fashion Week, we have Bethany William’s capsule collection, Bora Aksu’s catwalk and Matty Bovan’s film. Filmed at the Tate Britain, Bora Aksu’s AW21 show was an amazing viewing for lunch time.London Fashion Week Autumn Winter 21

Day 2 – Saturday 20th

Molly Goddard, Priya Ahluwalia and 16Arlington unveiled all their collections on Saturday.

Inspired by people watching families in the library, Molly Goddard’s AW21 show was a celebration of British eccentricity.

Day 3 – Sunday 21th

Sunday saw Marques’Almeida, A.W.A.K.E. MODE, and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi show off their new clothes. Inspired by the maddening situation we find ourselves in under lockdown, Preen By Thornton Bregazzi invited viewers to an isolated country home for their floral collection.

Day 4 – Monday 22th

For the penultimate day of London Fashion Week AW 2021, Emilia Wickstead, Roksanda and Edeline Lee are all showing. Emilia Wickstead teamed up with GHD to bring you her AW21 collection via YouTube.

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Day 5 – Tuesday 23th

Finally, Simone Rocha closed off the week. A troupe of Simone Rocha biker ballerinas and rebellious schoolgirls were stomping through the parish church of St. John’s Hyde Park. The location was one more in the series of venues with an historical aura about them that she loves to treat her audience to.

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