Visit London Fashion Week 2016 By Private Jet
Each of the “Big four” Fashion weeks have their very own appeal and the London Fashion Week (LFW) is no different. LFW 2015 saw some extraordinarily experimental, youthful fashion trends and we’re sure the show this year, will be no less different. Known to be a space where art meets fashion, good or bad taste, this event is not to be missed.
The five day celebration of the fashion industry takes place in the center of London twice a year in February and September. Locations vary from the Natural History Museum, to Somerset House, and even Brewer Street Car Park in Soho. Some designers have even chosen the Royal Opera House and the Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern to feature their collections. Locations are typically chosen for their close proximity to London’s major retail areas of Oxford and Bond Street.
This year’s fall event takes place from 15-20 September, where the spring/summer collections will be presented. Features in this year’s event include Burberry, Paul Smith, Pringle of Scotland, Atelier Swarovski and Rachel Boston, some of the biggest names in fashion around the world.
Unfortunately, London Fashion Week is invite-only for those closely connected to the industry and who are registered on the London Fashion Week website. Buyers and press are sent invites via the post to the various exclusive events. However, this does not mean that you’ll have to miss all of the action. If you are desperate to get a taste of the latest from the industry, there are a host of public shows available during London Fashion Weekend from 22-25 September. Hosted in the Saatchi Gallery, you’ll be able to e access the latest designer collections at exclusive prices; watch your favourite designer’s catwalk shows, discover the latest beauty and fashion trends, and listen to industry experts share their secrets to success.
Five ticket options are available, each offering different experiences and access options:
- Bronze (£20) – Access to expert talks and shopping from the best designer brands.
- Silver (£45) – A place at a catwalk show, a designer tote bag, and a seat at an expert talk.
- Gold (£60) – Access to various catwalk shows, a designer tote bag, and access to a Q&A panel.
- Luxe (£130) – Full day access to a canapé and Prosecco reception, the VIP lounge, a style talk by an industry expert, a front row seat at a catwalk show, and a limited edition designer tote bag filled with gifts.
- Luxe Premium (£200) – Access to a drinks reception with Caroline Rush, CEO of the British Fashion Council, an intimate Q&A with Preen’s Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi, a front row seat to their catwalk show, and a limited edition designer tote bag filled with gifts.
So while the main event is extremely difficult to attend, you can still get more than your fill of the latest from your favourite international fashion designers. Charter a private jet to London Fashion Week, and soak up the latest international fashion industry tips and trends.