London Fashion Week is starting this month and there is so much to look forward to.
If you thought this type of event was only for people in the industry you are mistaken.
Not only does this massive event attract so much global attention, but it also helps celebrate how far the UK has come in the fashion world.
If you are interested in getting tickets, and wanting the low down on all things to do with the famous fashion event of the year then here is everything you need to know.
London Fashion Week dates
The huge five day event kicks off on September 15 until September 19 at the BFC Show Space- and will be full to the brim with industry workers and celebrities dressed to impress.
London will then celebrate a London Fashion Festival from September 21- September 24 after the main event.
London Fashion Week schedule
Here is our run down of the key shows worth looking out for.
Friday 15th September
- 3:30pm - Shrimps - The fun faux fur label that has a cult celebrity following.
Saturday 16th September
- 11am - JW Anderson - the Northern Irish designer recently teamed up with Uniqlo for a collection.
- 12pm - Molly Goddard - The Central St Martins graduate won the British Emerging Talent award at the 2016 Fashion Awards and is a 2017 LVMH Prize finalist.
- 5pm - House of Holland - Expect the likes of Alexa Chung and Lottie Moss on the FROW, Henry Holland's slogan tees are always quirky and eye-catching.
- 7pm - Burberry - the show that attracts all the A-listers to the FROW.
Sunday 17th September
- 9am - Mary Katrantzou - a favourite of former First Lady Michelle Obama, the Greek designer has taken the fashion world by storm since launching her brand in 2008.
- 10am - Anya Hindmarch - as the the queen of bags, Hindmarch's shows are unashamedly playful and full of creative panache.
- 3pm - Temperley London - Renowned for her feminine and ethereal designs, it's guaranteed to be a breathtaking show.
- 4pm - Topshop - a good one for a bit of celeb spotting, expect big name models strutting their stuff and you'll even be able to shop items from the collection online too.
Monday 18th September
- 11am - ERDEM - this designer has been worn by the likes of Kate Middleton, Sienna Miller and even Ms Vogue herself, Anna Wintour. His first high street collaboration with H&M also launches in November
- 3pm - Christopher Kane - he brought us embellished crocs for SS17, so will he get everyone talking again?
- 5pm - Emilia Wickstead - the Kiwi-born designer has celebrity fans such as Olivia Palermo, Poppy Delevingne and the Duchess of Cambridge.
Tuesday 19th September
- 7pm - Tommy Hilfiger - Look out for Gigi Hadid and the chance to see it, buy it now.
You can check the full show schedule for London Fashion Week here .
What events can I go to?
From 21st to 24th September, the BFC will host The London Fashion Week Festival - a series of Fashion Week events open to the public.
Along with giant screens to catch all the shows, there will also be a variety of talks (including Q&As and panel discussions with industry experts) designer and trend-led catwalk shows and a chance to shop from some must-have British brands.
There will also be a live stream available at the official website so keep an eye out for updates.
A full list of the shows to take place are available on the London Fashion Week website HERE .
Where will it be hosted?
The main hub of actions on the official schedule will take place at the BFC Show Space in Central London.
- BFC SHOW SPACE - The Store Studios, 180 Strand, London, WC2R 1EA
How to get tickets
London Fashion Week is the type of event often seen as a hotspot for celebrities and fashionistas, and tickets are always in demand.
If you work in the fashion industry as a buyer, blogger or stylist then you also have the chance of bagging tickets by completing an online registration form.
Another way in which the public are able to experience what the shows are REALLY about, is at the London Fashion Week festival, which is open to the public.
Tickets can be purchased HERE at Ticketmaster and include entry into the festival, a range of different catwalk shows and access to industry talks with tickets starting at £20 going right up to £200 depending on how much you want to see and do on your fashion experience.
London Fashion Week Festival 2017
The newly revamped 2017 "London Fashion Festival" is perfect for the fashion forward crowd wanting inside gossip into this year's hottest trends.
Set your style compass to 180 The Strand and prepare to shop a curated edit of designer collections at exclusive must-have prices and sit front row at catwalk shows by your favourite London designers.
This exclusive four-day showcase can be however extravagant you would like it to be with a range of tickets available from Silver to LUXE ticket options.