London Fashion Week S/S 11 Schedule

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  1. Stereo_Flo

    Stereo_Flo Well-Known Member

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    This seems to be the schedule of LWF :flower:



    The British Fashion Council has revealed the London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011 schedule. Among the list are several newcomers as well some British designers who will return to London to show their collection.

    Giles Deacon, who usually shows in Paris will be making his return to London Fashion Week. He will also be joined by Swedish design house, Acne, who will make their debut showing at London Fashion Week on September 19. In addition, London Fashion Week staples, such as Burberry Prorsum, Matthew Williamson and Pringle of Scotland will also show their collections at Somerset House.




    The full London Fashion Week schedule is below:

    Catwalk shows
    09:00 Paul Costelloe BFC Show Space
    10:15 Maria Grachvogel BFC Show Space
    11:30 Jean-Pierre Braganza On|Off
    12:30 Caroline Charles BFC Show Space
    13:30 Bora Aksu On|Off
    14:30 Jena.Theo BFC Show Space
    15:45 Aminaka Wilmont TBC
    16:45 Felder Felder BFC Show Space
    16:45 Hannah Marshall BFC Show Space
    17:45 Sass & Bide TBC
    20:30 PPQ BFC Show Space

    LFW Presentations
    10:00 - 19:00 Orla Kiely The Portico Rooms
    18:30 - 20:30 Eley Kishimoto TBC


    Saturday 18th September
    Catwalk shows
    09:00 Daks BFC Show Space
    10:00 Louise Gray On|Off
    11:00 Basso and Brooke BFC Show Space
    12:15 Emilio de la Morena WC2
    13:15 Osman BFC Show Space
    14:30 Unique TS
    15:45 House of Holland MBF
    16:45 John Rocha BFC Show Space
    17:45 adidas by Stella McCartney TBC
    19:00 Charles Anastase BFC Show Space
    20:00 Fashion Fringe at Covent Garden WC2

    LFW Presentations
    09:00 - 12:00 Craig Lawrence The Portico Rooms
    14:00 - 16:00 Sykes The Portico Rooms
    16:00 - 18:00 Cooperative Designs WC2
    18:30,19:30 Tata Naka TBC
    18:30 - 20:30 Maria Francesca Pepe TBC



    Sunday 19th September
    Catwalk shows
    09:00 Twenty8Twelve TBC
    10:00 Mary Katrantzou TS
    11:15 Margaret Howell W1
    12:30 Jasper Conran BFC Show Space
    13:30 Julien Macdonald TBC
    14:30 Michael van der Ham TS
    15:30 Betty Jackson BFC Show Space
    16:30 Antonio Berardi TBC
    17:30 Vivienne Westwood Red Label WC2
    18:30 Matthew Williamson SW8
    19:30 Richard Nicoll TS
    20:30 Kinder Aggugini BFC Show Space

    LFW Presentations
    09:30,10:45 Ann-Sofie Back Atelje The Portico Rooms
    12:00,13:00 Mulberry W1
    15:00,16:00 Future Classics The Portico Rooms
    15:45,17:00 Acne W8

    Monday 20th September


    Catwalk shows
    09:00 David Koma BFC Show Space
    09:00 Holly Fulton BFC Show Space
    09:45 Peter Pilotto TBC
    11:00 Alexander McQueen Memorial EC4
    12:30 Mark Fast BFC Show Space
    13:30 Erdem TBC
    14:30 Nicole Farhi WC2
    15:30 Christopher Kane TBC
    16:30 Roksanda Ilincic On|Off
    17:30 Paul Smith WC2
    18:30 Meadham Kirchhoff TS
    19:30 Giles TBC
    20:30 Pringle of Scotland W2

    LFW Presentations
    09:30,12:45 Designers Remix Collection The Portico Rooms
    15:00 - 18:00 Unconditional The Portico Rooms
    18:00 - 20:00 Body Amr TBC



    Tuesday 21st September



    Catwalk shows
    09:00 Jaeger London BFC Show Space
    10:15 Marios Schwab TBC
    11:15 Todd Lynn BFC Show Space
    12:30 Jonathan Saunders TBC
    13:45 Fashion East TS
    14:45 Amanda Wakeley BFC Show Space
    16:00 Burberry Prorsum TBC
    17:15 Ashish BFC Show Space
    18:30 Clements Ribeiro TBC
    19:30 Issa London BFC Show Space

    LFW Presentations
    09:30,11:30 Antipodium The Portico Rooms
    13:00 - 15:00 Krystof Strozyna TBC
    14:00 - 16:00 Louise Goldin TBC
    15:00 - 18:00 Christian Blanken The Portico Rooms


    Wednesday 22nd September

    Catwalk shows
    09:30 Christopher Shannon BFC Show Space
    09:30 J.W.Anderson BFC Show Space
    10:15 MAN WC2
    12:30 Topman Design WC2
    13:45 James Long BFC Show Space
    16:15 Tim Soar TBC
    17:30 KTZ TBC
    18:30 Ozwald Boateng W1

    LFW Presentations
    09:00 Lou Dalton The Portico Rooms
    10:00 Hardy Amies TBC
    11:00 E. Tautz Navy Board Rooms
    11:30 Sibling The Portico Rooms
    11:00 - 15:00 NEWGEN MEN Installations Navy Board Rooms
    15:00 Carolyn Massey

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  2. Master Wood

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    strongest its been yet!
     
  3. Botnus

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    THIS!!!! and THIS only!!!

    and maybe Matthew Williamson :D
     
  4. Master Wood

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    ^^ as far as i'm aware this has nothing to do with the design house of alexander mcqueen or sarah burton, it will be a very big memorial service held at st pauls cathedral. i believe some 2000 industry figures have been invited including friends and affiliates from all walks of lee mcqueens life.
     
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    will hakaan be showing?
     
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    oh alexander mcqueen :heart: and burberry !
     
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    I can't wait! :woot:
     
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    Looking forward to Mary Katrantzou, Erdem, Christopher Kane, Marios Schwab, Giles, Jonathan Saunders, Roksanda Ilincic, Pringle of Scotland, Richard Nicoll, Burberry Prorsum and the Alexander McQueen Memorial.
     
  9. Master Wood

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    There is a much more updated schedule than this!
     
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    ^ where is it? can you post it?
     
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    I cant wait to see pieces from the Burberry Prorsum collection, its the highlight of LFW
     
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    11:00 Alexander McQueen Memorial EC4
    I'd love to be there...
     
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    Burberry is most deffo a highlight! The location of the show is still to be confirmed right?
     
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    ^^ yeh whats with that, for the past two seasons they have shown at Chelsea College, but there has been no gossip on where they are gonna show this season, and for me sadly thats one of the most important factors.
     
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    I was wondering about the venue, too - been some good ones this season with Battersea Power Station and Waterloo Station being highlights for me.

    Think London has turned a corner in the last couple of days, a few very good collections. Really liked Kinder Aggugini.
     
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    i worked out its at chelsea again (if the pre-show videos are anything to go by it looks the same)

    yes the week has got better, i'm however getting more and more frustrated with the bfc though. I wouldn't dream of putting down all the hard work they have done getting some of the really big name brands back, but wandering around somerset house yesterday and taking in all the press from the week, there is just so much crap at lfw. If the BFC took a minute and perhaps the phrase 'less is more' and thought about how they could improve the event, it would be to plow all their efforts and money into making 'lfw' a beacon of glamour, luxury, and innovation, a brand that rivals that of some of the labels that show, or would potentially show in the city. because at the end of the day thats what these biannual events are, a brand which aims to entice international press and buyers.

    High Fashion... As in the stuff that garners tens of thousands of views on places like the fashion spot, namely shows such as Chanel, Alexander McQueen, and Burberry thrives on exclusivity, and the hideous amount of rubbish at lfw waters all of that down. I sincerely think the BFC should look at creating an official two tier system with the big money brands and advertisers like Paul Smith and buzz word names like Giles Deacon, dominating an official schedule with far fewer labels showing each day, and the less exciting names like Jasper Conran on a schedule running parallel for the press and buyers that are concerned with that lower brow area of the industry.

    On the whole though the event is heading in the right direction, next season Tom Ford is moving his label to London, Aquascutum will be showing on schedule again, and rumor has it Mulberry will start doing big proper shows. I can only hope they manage to entice a few other labels back like Preen to build on this momentum and build a good solid foundation for the return of our biggest stars like Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen and maybe even John Galliano. How exciting would that be?
     
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    Fantastic post. Although I guess you disagree with me, I was hanging on every word and can't really disagree with you :flower:

    I think the rubbish is sometimes the price we pay for innovation, sometimes designers get it right, sometimes they don't. But I guess what you're saying, and what I agree with, is that London needs a solid bedrock of reliably-good designers that you can rely on. The price we'd pay then for the more 'indie' designers would be less.

    The last couple of days have been great for me, there's been Kinder Agguigini, Amanda Wakeley, today there was Burberry, I liked quite a few others, too, but to have pretty much nothing for the first two days I can't deny is disappointing.
     
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    Precisely. But what is so infuriating is the British Fashion Council glorify it, they keep banging on about all this undiscovered talent and how we're a hot bed for creativity - which we are but they don't understand how we are so. We're a 'hotbed of creativity' in the sense that we produce two great designers each decade one avant garde and another more commercial, think 70's Vivienne Westwood and Paul Smith, 80's John Galliano and Antonio Berardi and 90's Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney, 00's Gareth Pugh and Christopher Kane.

    These designers unlike other cities for example Paris who has really been unable to produce a designer brand since Jean Paul Gaultier can go on and stand alone with their own brands. The rest although I dare say is slightly more imaginative than the same sort of things available in other cities is neither cutting edge or exciting and let me say that when a figure such as Harold Tilman keeps banging on about all this creativity and then press and buyers come to find its a couple of rooms filled with desperately uninspiring designs somewhere on the Thames in London, it comes as somewhat of an anticlimax.

    Ohh to be the chairman of the BFC. Things would be a lot to different I tell you.
     
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