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Image / Fashion

Pop-Up Online Shop for LFW Next Week


by Jeanne Sutton
19th Feb 2015
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London Fashion Week is imminent and anyone working in fashion in these islands, the British and noble Eire, is very excited. Will Simone Rocha dazzle again? Will the eight young designers our Suzie Coen pronounced as ones to watch in the February issue triumph in the surrounds of Somerset House?

While we’ll have some presence at the event of Spring – keep on eye on our Instagram for as-it-happens coverage – there is one way for us non-London types to get in on the action.

The British Fashion Council, the brains behind the behemoth that is London Fashion Week, has teamed up with eBay.co.uk to launch a BFC Contemporary Shop online. This is the second time the pop-up boutique has run, after debuting last season to inaugural acclaim, and will include pieces from fashion and accessory designers who are on the rise and being mentored by BFC Contemporary.

Alexis Barrell, Prism, Georgia Hardinge, Zo? Jordan, and PAPER LONDON are the labels offering exclusive items. The very good news? Everything costs under €100

The shop launches tomorrow and runs until March 11th.

Follow Jeanne Sutton on Twitter @jeannedesutun

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