London Plus Size Fashion Weekend
London is bringing plus-sized runway shows to Fashion Week.
This year during London Fashion Week, London Plus Size Fashion Weekend will also be taking place. What is it? A series of events that aim to bring together plus size retailers, designers and consumers.
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“We are excited to announce that London Plus-Size Fashion Weekend will be held on 15th & 16th February,” says the LPSFW official web site. Events scheduled to take place include a plus size styling master class, industry panel discussions, and of course runway shows.
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LPSFW is joining the ranks of other plus size fashion circuits, including Full Figure Fashion Week and Curves Fashion Week. So we can only imagine we’re going to start seeing more plus size shows in the future.
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