Designers have been announcing the dates and times of their shows and presentations that have been moved due to clashes with the day of the Queen’s funeral. Burberry will now show in London at noon on 26 September.
The British designer is the winner of the fashion category of the ITS competition dedicated to young designers, which took place in Trieste on September 9 and 10, while Belgum's Lili Schreiber won the OTB prize.
The Parisian department store, as part of the transformation it embarked on in 2022, has redesigned its private-label brands for menswear and womenswear, now grouped together under the new name Saison 1865.
Following the death of the Queen last week, the BFC has recommended that London Fashion Week shows due on the day of her funeral be rescheduled and that means changes for Christopher Kane and Roksanda, among others.