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It seems London Fashion Week will still be going ahead this February despite the looming threat of the Omicron variant. The country's premier fashion event is going hybrid with a combination of in-person and digital events. Unsure how to navigate the new format? Let’s dive in.
Finding work at London Fashion Week (or any Fashion Week for that matter) is often deemed the pinnacle of a fashionista's career. As another season kicks off, will you be putting a designer’s name among your list of references or fobbing it off as a waste of time?
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Work at London Fashion Week is often seen as the pinnacle of a freelance fashionista's career so it's no wonder that thousands of creative freelancers aim to find work at LFW every season. This year, it's a little different. London Fashion Week will be run as a hybrid event between the 18th and 22nd of February. The is means some shows will take place digitally (online) whilst other will occur physically at a range of venues. The benefits of working at London Fashion Week include the experience gained, the prestige of work at an elite fashion show, the credit and the pay, but landing those coveted London Fashion Week jobs is no easy feat. Here are our top 5 ways of vastly improving your chances of finding work at London Fashion Week.
Okay, I’ll admit it, my onion analogy in my previous article was rather absurd—and I use this word strongly, not loosely. Yes, it’s ludicrous to believe that a client sees a freelancer as a physical consumer good and not an “intangible service” which can’t be detected by any of the human senses. Or is it…? (in your best gruff movie trailer voice)