London Fashion Week returning to physical shows in face of 'difficult times'

  • Style
  • Tuesday, 08 Sep 2020

Models present creations during a runway show for the Burberry Spring/Summer 2020 collection in 2019. Photo: AFP

The British Fashion Council (BFC) announced last week the return of live runway shows at London Fashion Week, after holding its previous event online because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

More than 80 designers will showcase their creations at the event, which takes place from Sept 17 to 22, the organisation, which promotes the sector, said in a statement.

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