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London Fashion Week is a bi-annual event that takes place in London, England and is one of the "Big Four" fashion weeks, alongside New York, Milan and Paris

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Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: London Life - Fashion pages by Jean Shrimpton, 1965

London Life - Fashion pages by Jean Shrimpton, 1965
Spread from the short-lived but impossibly cool magazine, London Life, with a column by sixties supermodel Jean Shrimpton who regularly wrote about the clothes she liked

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Mrs Whighams Ascot Party

Mrs Whighams Ascot Party
A group at a house party held by Mrs George Hay Whigham at her home at Ascot, during Ascot Week. From left, Mr, C. Moore, Miss Margaret Whigham (Mrs Whighams daughter, later the Duchess of Argyll)

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Middlesex Street (Late Petticoat Lane) on a Sunday Morning, 1891. Artist: William Luker

Middlesex Street (Late Petticoat Lane) on a Sunday Morning, 1891. Artist: William Luker
Middlesex Street (Late Petticoat Lane) on a Sunday Morning, 1891. Petticoat Lane Market, a fashion and clothing market in the East End of London, consists of two adjacent street markets

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Shirley Maclaine - May 1979 In Britain to tour

Shirley Maclaine - May 1979 In Britain to tour and repeat her recent two-week sellout series of concerts at the London Palladium Dbase MSI

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: GM1E9190CE801

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A model presents a creation from the Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter 2013 collection during " London Collections: Men" in London January 8, 2013

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Opening of the new Corn Exchange at Aylesbury, 1865. Creator: C. R

Opening of the new Corn Exchange at Aylesbury, 1865. Creator: C. R
Opening of the new Corn Exchange at Aylesbury, 1865. The ceremony of opening the new Corn Exchange and Market-hall in the thriving town of Aylesbury took place on Wednesday week - the Right Hon

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Her Majesty the Queen planting the 'Prince Consort's Oak' in Windsor Great Park, 1862

Her Majesty the Queen planting the "Prince Consort's Oak" in Windsor Great Park, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Her Majesty the Queen planting the "Prince Consort's Oak" in Windsor Great Park, 1862. Engraving from a photograph by Mr. Bambridge

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Meeting of the Gloucestershire Agricultural Society, on the banks of the Severn...Tewkesbury

Meeting of the Gloucestershire Agricultural Society, on the banks of the Severn...Tewkesbury, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Meeting of the Gloucestershire Agricultural Society, on the banks of the Severn, at Tewkesbury, 1865. The meeting... continuing for several days last week

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Goodwood Races: the Stewards Cup - Robin Hood Winding The Morte, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Goodwood Races: the Stewards Cup - Robin Hood Winding The Morte, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Goodwood Races: the Stewards Cup - Robin Hood Winding The Morte, 1865. One of the silver cups, ...or pieces of plate, which formed the principal prizes won at Goodwood races last week

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Foot-Races at the annual festival of the Asylum for Idiots, Earlswood, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Foot-Races at the annual festival of the Asylum for Idiots, Earlswood, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Foot-Races at the annual festival of the Asylum for Idiots, Earlswood, 1864. The annual festival provided by a kind and judicious management for the inmates of the Earlswood Asylum, near Redhill

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Annual Inspection of the Middlesex Industrial School at Feltham, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Annual Inspection of the Middlesex Industrial School at Feltham, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Annual Inspection of the Middlesex Industrial School at Feltham, 1865. The annual inspection of the school established at Feltham, near Hounslow, ..."to make provision for the care, reformation

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: The Start for the Derby - from a photograph by Mr. Herbert Watkins, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Start for the Derby - from a photograph by Mr. Herbert Watkins, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Start for the Derby - from a photograph by Mr. Herbert Watkins, 1864. It is a singular Turf anomaly that the greatest race in the world should be run over perhaps the worst

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Garibaldi in England: Garibaldi in the balcony of the townhall of Newport, Isle of Wight, 1864

Garibaldi in England: Garibaldi in the balcony of the townhall of Newport, Isle of Wight, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Garibaldi in England: Garibaldi in the balcony of the townhall of Newport, Isle of Wight, 1864. View of...the scene in front of the Townhall at Newport

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Fancy-dress ball in aid of St. Ann's Dispensary, at St, George's Hall, Liverpool, 1864

Fancy-dress ball in aid of St. Ann's Dispensary, at St, George's Hall, Liverpool, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Fancy-dress ball in aid of St. Ann's Dispensary, at St, George's Hall, Liverpool, 1864. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Woods

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Denmark: Kongens-Nytorf, at Copenhagen, 1864

Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Denmark: Kongens-Nytorf, at Copenhagen, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Denmark: scene in the square of Kongens-Nytorf, at Copenhagen, 1864. The townspeople of Copenhagen were gratified with a sight of his Royal Highness

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Prince Leopold laying the Foundation-Stone of a new infirmary at Bishop's Waltham, Hants. 1864

Prince Leopold laying the Foundation-Stone of a new infirmary at Bishop's Waltham, Hants. 1864. Creator: Unknown
Prince Leopold laying the Foundation-Stone of the Royal Albert Infirmary at Bishop's Waltham, Hants. 1864. The little town of Bishop's Waltham, in Hampshire

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: French film actress Brigitte Bardot in England to make a new film '

French film actress Brigitte Bardot in England to make a new film " Babette Goes to War". She is staying at The Mount Royal Hotel in London during her stay

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: French actress Brigitte Bardot who stars in the new film 'Doctor At Sea'

French actress Brigitte Bardot who stars in the new film "Doctor At Sea"
French actress Brigitte Bardot who stars in the new film " Doctor At Sea", pictured at the Dorchester Hotel in Central London

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Fashions taken during London Fashion Week 1964 Three women wearing striped dresses

Fashions taken during London Fashion Week 1964 Three women wearing striped dresses with headscarf style hats standing with their hands on their hips looking defiant

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Singer Tom Jones pictured with his wife Linda (Melinda) who went for a stroll around

Singer Tom Jones pictured with his wife Linda (Melinda) who went for a stroll around Hanover Square, London, looking at the shops

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Zoe Ball Tv Presenter models in Pierce Fionda show London Fashion Week

Zoe Ball Tv Presenter models in Pierce Fionda show London Fashion Week

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: 1962 summer two piece

1962 summer two piece
Two piece summer outfit with hat from 1962 London Fashion Week

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: The Embarkation of Prince Alfred on board the 'Euryalus' on Wednesday week, 1858. Creator: Unknown

The Embarkation of Prince Alfred on board the "Euryalus" on Wednesday week, 1858. Creator: Unknown
The Embarkation of Prince Alfred on board the "Euryalus" on Wednesday week - from a sketch by V. Jones, 1858. Naval cadet Alfred, accompanied by his father Prince Albert

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Celebration at Jersey of the Opening of the Channel Islands Telegraph, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Celebration at Jersey of the Opening of the Channel Islands Telegraph, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Celebration at Jersey of the Opening of the Channel Islands Telegraph, 1858. View of...the scene of popular excitement on the occasion in the streets of St. Helier

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: The 100th (Prince of Wales Royal Canadian) Regiment of the Line, 1858. Creator: Unknown

The 100th (Prince of Wales Royal Canadian) Regiment of the Line, 1858. Creator: Unknown
The 100th (Prince of Wales Royal Canadian) Regiment of the Line, 1858. We have recently had two interesting arrivals to the shores of England - the first

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Departure of King George of Hanover from the Victoria Station, 1876. Creator: Unknown

Departure of King George of Hanover from the Victoria Station, 1876. Creator: Unknown
Departure of King George of Hanover from the Victoria Station, 1876. King George and Princess Frederica of Hanover, after a visit of nearly five weeks to England

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: The Accident at St. George's Hospital: the Cistern on the Roof, 1876. Creator: Unknown

The Accident at St. George's Hospital: the Cistern on the Roof, 1876. Creator: Unknown
The Accident at St. George's Hospital: the Cistern on the Roof, 1876. One of the female patients...died yesterday week from the effects of the shock caused by this extraordinary accident...[she fell

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Opening of the American Centennial Festival Exhibition: a Street in Philadelphia, 1876

Opening of the American Centennial Festival Exhibition: a Street in Philadelphia, 1876. Creator: W. J. P
Opening of the American Centennial Festival Exhibition: a Street in Philadelphia, 1876. The Great Exhibition at Philadelphia

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Garibaldian volunteers - from a photograph by Herr Fehrenbachs, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Garibaldian volunteers - from a photograph by Herr Fehrenbachs, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Garibaldian volunteers - from a photograph by Herr Fehrenbachs, 1860. Sergeant Sparkhall, Major Styles, and Lieut. Ceuto, of the Glasgow company

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Literary reunion in Mr. Mudie's new hall, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Literary reunion in Mr. Mudie's new hall, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Literary reunion in Mr. Mudie's new hall, 1860. On the evening of Monday week Mr. and Mrs. C. E Mudie received a vast number of literary and artistic friends

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Picture Sale at Messrs. Christie and Manson's, King-Street, St. James's, 1856

Picture Sale at Messrs. Christie and Manson's, King-Street, St. James's, 1856. Creator: Henry Duff Linton
Picture Sale at Messrs. Christie and Manson's, King-Street, St. James's, [London], 1856....one of the great attractions of every London season; for to the man of art, letters, and leisure

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Eight Hours at the Sea-Side - drawn by John Leech, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Eight Hours at the Sea-Side - drawn by John Leech, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Eight Hours at the Sea-Side - drawn by John Leech, 1856. Whit-Monday Bank Holiday on Brighton Beach. Great credit is due to the managers of the South Coast Railway for their determination to supply

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: The Easter Kiss; Easter week in Russia, 1854. Creator: Unknown

The Easter Kiss; Easter week in Russia, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Easter Kiss; Easter week in Russia, 1854. From "Cassells Illustrated Family Paper; London Weekly 31/12/1853 - 30/12/1854"

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Navvies embarking at the Birkenhead Docks, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Navvies embarking at the Birkenhead Docks, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Navvies embarking at the Birkenhead Docks, 1854. Manual labourers leaving Britain for the seat of war in the Crimea....the ranks of the nomadic army of shovellers are continually recruited from

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Steam Sewing-Machines, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Steam Sewing-Machines, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Steam Sewing-Machines, 1854. The machine-room of the firm of Holloway, Crowe, and Holloway, ...wholesale clothes manufacturers, Stroud, Gloucestershire...Here are twenty machines in work

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: The Annual Exhibition of the Smithfield Club - Bringing in Fat Pig, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Annual Exhibition of the Smithfield Club - Bringing in Fat Pig, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Annual Exhibition of the Smithfield Club - Bringing in Fat Pig, 1850. Agricultural show in London. His Royal Highness Prince Albert obtained the second prize for a pen of 38 weeks

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Miss Frederika Bremer, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Miss Frederika Bremer, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Miss Frederika Bremer, 1850....London was visited by the distinguished Swedish novelist Frederika Bremer, who passed by England on her way to the United States

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Royal Academy Exhibition - 'The Infant Academy', Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Royal Academy Exhibition - "The Infant Academy", Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Royal Academy Exhibition - "The Infant Academy", Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1850. London exhibition of painting. Sir Joshua Reynolds, the first President of the Royal Academy

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Mrs. Lucy Anderson, the eminent pianist, 1862. Creator: Unknown

Mrs. Lucy Anderson, the eminent pianist, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Mrs. Lucy Anderson, the eminent pianist, 1862. At the age of fifteen she appeared with so much success at a concert in Bath that she immediately attracted the attention of the public of that very

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: The Wimbledon Prize Meeting: rifle match between the Lords and the Commons, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The Wimbledon Prize Meeting: rifle match between the Lords and the Commons, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Wimbledon Prize Meeting: rifle match between the Lords and the Commons, 1862. View of a...match between eleven members of the House of Lords and an equal number of the House of Commons

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Girls making cartridges for Enfield rifles at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, 1862. Creator: Unknown

Girls making cartridges for Enfield rifles at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Girls making cartridges for Enfield rifles at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, 1862. Our illustration was taken [at]...the Royal Laboratory Department...near the Plumstead marshes

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Trial-trip on the Metropolitan (underground) Railway: the train passing Portland-road station

Trial-trip on the Metropolitan (underground) Railway: the train passing Portland-road station, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Trial-trip on the Metropolitan (Underground) Railway: the train passing the Portland-road station, [London], 1862. This railway...has been bored successfully amidst a complicated network of gaspipes

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Departure of the Noncomformists from London...for the new colony... 1862. Creator: Unknown

Departure of the Noncomformists from London...for the new colony... 1862. Creator: Unknown
Departure of the Noncomformists from London, on Thursday week, for the new colony of Albertland, New Zealand: scene on board the Matilda Wattenbach on her passage down the river [Thames], 1862

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: The annual change of the Household Brigade the Second Life Guards arriving at Albany... 1862

The annual change of the Household Brigade the Second Life Guards arriving at Albany... 1862. Creator: Unknown
The annual change of the Household Brigade the Second Life Guards arriving at Albany-Street Barracks, [London], 1862. The annual change of quarters of the brigade of Household Cavalry took place

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Members of the Coventry Volunteer Fire Brigade, 1862. Creator: Unknown

Members of the Coventry Volunteer Fire Brigade, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Members of the Coventry Volunteer Fire Brigade, 1862. A movement was set on foot a short time since at Coventry with a view to the establishment of a volunteer fire brigade

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Queen Elizabeth and King George VI visit Swansea in South Wales

Queen Elizabeth and King George VI visit Swansea in South Wales, to comfort and support the local people after the Three Nights Blitz on Swansea a few weeks before

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Elkie Brooks, (born, Elaine Bookbinder) singer, pictured in her flat in Chelsea, London

Elkie Brooks, (born, Elaine Bookbinder) singer, pictured in her flat in Chelsea, London. Elkie comes from Manchester and has been a singer for nearly fives years, travelling the world with song

Background imageLondon Fashion Week Collection: Model Sara Stockbridge pictured on the catwalk during Vivienne Westwood fashion show at

Model Sara Stockbridge pictured on the catwalk during Vivienne Westwood fashion show at London Fashion Week. 30th April 1993



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London Fashion Week Collection

London Fashion Week is a bi-annual event that takes place in London, England and is one of the "Big Four" fashion weeks, alongside New York, Milan and Paris. This event showcases the latest collections from some of the world's most renowned designers and brands. During this week-long event, attendees can view runway shows from both established and emerging designers as well as attend industry events such as seminars, workshops and networking opportunities. It also provides an opportunity for buyers to purchase pieces directly from the runway shows or to meet with designers in person to discuss collaborations or custom orders. This event has become a major international platform for fashion professionals to showcase their work on a global stage while connecting with industry leaders around the world.
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