After a turbulent two years that forced fashion weeks around the globe into hybrid formats, London Fashion Week was back to prove why the capital is known as the cauldron of creativity.
Words by Jordan Wake
The catwalks were flooded with the work of visionary talent, the front row crowded with industry titans rubbing shoulders with the new kids on the block, the pavements outside rampant with streetstyle stars racing to their next show; all happening whilst an army of photographers clicked away at us. And for the first time in two years, the city felt like itself again. But what is fashion week without a touch of drama? The first day of the shows saw the wrath of Storm Eunice which resulted in the Met Office putting the city under a red weather warning. But as always, the show must go on!