Shows start from 12 June.

In April, London Fashion Week announced that it would be going online in a bid to support social distancing and to curb the spread of COVID-19. Now, more details have been released as to what can be expected from this virtual event. From 12 June – this Friday – the London Fashion Week website will relaunch as a ‘digital platform’, aimed at both industry figures and consumers. The BFC have invited designers, brands, media companies, retailers, and other creatives to submit content for inclusion on the platform, which will be free for members of the public to access. Some big labels, like Burberry, Browns and Robyn Lynch will also showcase their new creations on this new platform.