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Monday, March 10, 2014

Spring has Sprung | Letter from London | British Fashion Council

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"The collections have whizzed by, and while the industry never sleeps, the working days have become marginally shorter and the daylight hours have become slightly longer. It seems spring has finally sprung.

March kicked off with hundreds of British labels showcasing collections in Paris, including an edit of the capital’s brightest designers who travelled to the French capital as part of LONDON show ROOMS. With brilliant reviews from the critics, the legacy left by the collections unveiled in London meant that the excitement surrounding this season’s showrooms was palpable. I’d like to thank all the participating designers and Sarah Mower who, in addition to hosting a reception for LsR, is continually discovering, nurturing and championing our emerging talent worldwide.

The UK’s fashion industry brings a whole new meaning to ‘Brits abroad’, with creatives living in Britain showcasing their talents far and wide. From Victoria Beckham, Jenny Packham and Manolo Blahnik showing in New York, to Stella McCartney, Roland Mouret, Chalayan, Vivienne Westwood and Gareth Pugh shows in Paris, the UK is well represented across the global fashion capitals. Later this month the tour of talent continues with a Milan launch of interactive fashion films created by some of London’s brightest talent including art director, Remi Paringaux; stylist, Katie Shillingford and make-up artist, Alex Box for POSTmatter. Maria Grachvogel has been invited to represent the British fashion industry as part of GREAT Week in Kuwait while Matthew Williamson has been invited as the guest of honour for GREAT Week Hong Kong and Macau. Also this March, iconic British store, Fortnum & Mason will open its doors for the first time in Dubai. Fortnum’s isn’t our only proud British export – our very own Suzy Menkes, whose contributions to the fashion industry have for a long time had local, national and global significance, is moving to Condé Nast International as  international editor and we wish her all the best.

All this talk of seasons serves as a gentle reminder that SS15 registration for the next London Collections: Men and London Fashion Week opens in just two weeks…"



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Caroline Rush, Chief Executive, British Fashion Council

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Lupita Nyong'o wears Stella McCartney
Allison Williams wears Emilia Wickstead
Chitewel Ejifor wears Rake
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Sandra Bullock wears Alexander McQueen
Kevin Spacey wears Burberry Prorsum
Daisy Lowe wears Sibling
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Cate Blanchett wears Roksanda Ilincic dress and Nicholas Kirkwood shoes
Emma Watson with Crisp Packet clutch by Anya Hindmarch
Kate Mara wears shoes by Bionda Castana
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Great Week Hong Kong & Macao
10th-13th March 2014
Vogue Festival 2014
29th - 30th March 2014
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