Celebrating LCF Alumni at London Fashion Week
- Written byJ Igiri
- Published date 25 February 2022
London Fashion Week 2022 took place as a mixture of physical and digital events in February. We are proud to have launched our #LCFMA22 inaugural catwalk, showroom and exhibition within this, recognising the range of creative LCF talent stepping into industry and highlighting their artistic resilience in the midst of ongoing blended learning practices.
The highly anticipated AW22 showcase at LFW featured an array of designers who are shaping the city's fashion scene, including both established and emerging LCF alumni creating change with innovative and disruptive collections.
Founded by Henrietta Rix & Orlagh McCloskey, RIXO designs are timeless and vintage inspired. Their showcased collection pays homage to Hollywood glamour.
2017 LCF graduate Nensi Dojaka’s collection explores strength and vulnerability through lingerie-inspired tailoring.
Artist, activist and creative, Ingrid Kraftchenko’s avant-garde designs are hailed as “immersive and subversive British uniform, utilitarian articles for the anti-fashion youth.”
Feng Chen Wang
Feng describes this collection as reflecting on and embracing the feeling of “never completing something, never being fully happy with it; of always starting, never stopping, and never finishing.”
Humanitarian, sustainability designer and MA Menswear alumni Bethany Williams launched the collection Hands That Heal Us, using “organic, recycled and deadstock materials”.
Carlotta Barrera’s collection The Last Run is a call to action for climate change, drawing influence from “Spanish heritage, queer history and evolving gender identities”
J E CAI
Pioneering designs that are “tailored for the modern intellectual”, J E CAI launched a digital fashion showcase in collaboration with TONI&GUY.
Fashion East presents: MAXIMILIAN
Celebrating West Indian elegance, Maximilian Davis’ collection showcased as part of Fashion East’s incubator programme for designers.
DiscoveryLAB presents: Abigail Ajobi
Abigail Ajobi’s capsule collection celebrates love, colour and cultural identity – inspired by the love story of the designer’s parents.
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