London Fashion Week


29 May 2024

Link to programme here 

The British Fashion Council (BFC) is delighted to announce the programme for London Fashion Week June presented by 1664 Blanc (LFW) which will take place from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th June. LFW June will continue to celebrate its 40th anniversary by igniting a cultural moment in London. The event will provide a platform for diverse British designers and brands with a focus on the depth and breadth of menswear businesses in the UK.  


On Friday 7th June, the BFC are taking over the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) to celebrate LFW40 and three of the cultures that have made a rich and significant contribution to the British fashion industry, with the aim of building on these each year. We are thrilled to announce this year’s guest curators Clara Amfo, award winning radio and television broadcaster; Kai-Isaiah Jamal, Poet, Model, Consultant and Visibility Activist and Simran Randhawa, Writer and Creative, who will curate a cultural programme of events informed by incredible exhibitions by guest photographers, Dani D’Ingeo, Stephen Akinyemi and Tami Aftab. 

The three cultures informing this year’s exhibitions and programming are Black culture centred around self-love; South Asian culture with focus on pattern, textile and craftsmanship; and queer culture, with a spotlight on young creative voices from the trans community. Rooted in London, storytelling will focus on British brands and designers, as well as personal stories from a variety of communities within these cultures. In celebration of LFW40, there will be a retrospective installation that celebrates the success of LFW and the important role it plays globally at the intersection of culture. 

The program of cultural events includes: 

  • Afternoon “T” – “You make this place beautiful” hosted by Kai-Isaiah Jamal 
  • Conversations: A dinner celebrating South Asian impact on British fashion hosted by Simran Randhawa  
  • Sound & Harmony: Clara Amfo spotlights Black artists  


Across the weekend, the breadth of British menswear will be celebrated from Savile Row to sportswear and rising talent to heritage brands, with a “40 for 40” programme in honour of LFW40. This will consist of a lineup of 40 activations hosted by British brands and designers across the city including; catwalk shows, presentations and events. The BFC will take over the Groucho Club on Sunday 9th June to provide designers and brands with a dynamic activation space.  

The “40 for 40” programme includes:  

  • Designers on schedule include Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY, denzilpatrick, HARRI and QASIMI 
  • Announcement of the winner of the BFC/GQ Designer Fashion Fund 
  • Introduction to Savile Row with clothsurgeon, Gieves & Hawkes, Richard James, The London Academy of Bespoke, The Deck and more 
  • Run Clubs with LABRUM Run Club Powered by Adidas and 247 by Represent  
  • Designer showcase at the Groucho Club with CARLOTA BARRERA, denzilpatrick, DERRICK, HARRI, KYLE HO, LUEDER, Paolo Carzana and ROKER 


The BFC will work closely with Principal Partner 1664 Blanc to amplify the diverse cultures and creatives that play a pivotal role in shaping the UK fashion industry. On Saturday 8th June, 1664 Blanc will open up LFW to a consumer audience, inviting guests to explore the cultural programming at the ICA. As part of 1664 Blanc’s activation entitled ‘Explorations in Blue’, visitors will be able to attend four exclusive panel talks discussing key issues facing the industry with industry experts, designers and voices including Charles Jeffrey, Munroe Bergdorf and Rejina Pyo. Discover further details and book tickets to attend the talks and explore the exhibitions via Eventbrite, with limited availability. 

The generosity and commitment of our partners, suppliers and supporters is more vital than ever. Please help us by acknowledging their support for LFW June 2024 alongside our Principal Partner: 1664 Blanc and Official Partners: Diet Coke, The Londoner and TONI&GUY. Official Suppliers: FORA and Getty. Official Supporters: Department for Business and Trade, HM Government, Mayor of London. 

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