London Fashion Week (LFW) was back in full swing last month as a digital-physical hybrid, boasting an incredible line-up of 137 brands. Alongside all the glamorous parties, LFW featured 82 on-schedule designers, 49 catwalk shows, 15 presentations, 47 events and 36 digital activations.

A host of stars flooded into town to see the spring/summer 2024 collections from the capital’s brightest talents. Stormzy and Louis Theroux sat next to each other on the front row at Skepta’s relaunched brand, Mains; Rachel Weisz, Kylie Minogue and Jodie Comer were seen at Burberry – always a hot  ticket – and, to coincide with fashion week, Kate Moss celebrated the first anniversary her wellness brand Cosmoss at Annabel’s Deepak Chopra.

This season, 15 designers were included as part of the digital DiscoveryLab, which was established to support emerging designers who do not meet the main schedule criteria.

The BFC Newgen Show Space returned to The Selfridges Hotel, where a number of designers made their LFW debut including Aaron Esh, Derrick, Kazna Asker, the Winter House and Tolu Coker.

This year, London was also united in a festival creativity and innovation through the City Wide Celebration – a programme of events and activities that were open to the public and ran alongside the LFW schedule.

Click the links below to read more and explore Spring Summer 2024 show highlights and trends from London, Milan, Paris, and New York, courtesy of our luxury lifestyle partner, Global Affluential
London Fashion Week Spring Summer 2024  – Key show round-up
Yet another London Fashion Week comes to an end where an A-list line up of stars flooded onto the front rows to see the most exciting collections for Spring Summer 2024. We have pulled together a round-up of five of our favourite shows.
Paris Fashion Week Spring Summer 2024 –  key show round-up
Unveiling A-List model moments and the most beautiful collections, we explore our top 5 catwalk shows of the season.
Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2024: The top 5 fashion trends

Sheer fabrics, bold red leather, striking exaggerated proportions, short hemlines, and vibrant layered colour blocking were some of the trends which showcased across Gucci, Prada, Versace, and beyond.

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New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2024: The top 5 fashion trends
A stunning showcase of style with top Trends – lilac, treated denim, effortlessly casual shoulders, all-in-white, and barefoot glamour.