London Fashion Week

Caroline Cassidy

The capital's catwalks will be hosting the very best couture in the coming weeks as London fashion week once again gets underway. You can be sure there will be plenty of glamour, humour and eccentricity in this most vibrant of city fashion shows. It all takes place from the 17th - 22nd September 2010.

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London Fashion Week is not just about the designers, their latest outfits or the catwalk divas - it's important to the London Fashion industry as a whole as it attracts the attention of department-store buyers, fashion leaders, stylists and celebrities from around the world. This increases the profile of British fashion across internationally and in the UK.

There is always plenty of glitz and glamour surrounding the show which makes a seat highly desirable. It's not surprising then that London Fashion Week tickets continue to be in high demand. If you are lucky enough to be going you can be sure to be treated to some amazing shows from designers determined to pull out all the stops for the London Fashion Week event.

London Fashion Week 2010 will attract visitors from over 25 different countries into Somerset House. During the week there will be 50 official catwalk shows taking place as well as around 45 off schedule shows. You will find an exhibition running alongside the shows which sell around 100 ready to wear garments and designer accessories.

Some of the world's leading designers will be showcasing their work. Confirmed designers this year are Paul Costelloe, Caroline Charles, Hannah Marshall, Orla Kiely, Richard Nicoll, John Rocha, House of Holland, Antonio Berardi, Betty Jackson, Craig Lawrence, Matthew Williamson, Kinder Aggugini, Mulberry, Vivienne Westwood, Nicole Farhi, Jaeger, Paul Smith. In addition, there will be a digital schedule bringing a selection of designer fashion films and live streamed fashion shows to the event.

London Fashion Weekend tickets cost £10.00 - £26.50.