LONDON, September 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
The 14th-23rd September 2012 sees London Fashion Week and London Fashion Weekend return to the capital, where visitors will be treated to what is sure to be an extravagant display!
London Fashion Week first took place in 1984 and is now ranked alongside New York, Paris and Milan as one of the 'Big Four.' Somerset House, the home of British fashion, opens its doors to London's fashionistas for many catwalk shows, and parties will be taking place across the city to celebrate. Millennium & Copthorne have hotels near the Albert Hall
and other landmarks, all within easy reach of the fashion week central venue.
London Fashion Week hosts many of the biggest and most influential designers in the world. Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Marc Jacobs are just a few of the names that will be showcasing collections at the event, and visitors are attracted from all over the world as the city becomes a stylish European hot spot.
Visitors that are unable to obtain tickets can join in over Vodafone's London Fashion Weekend, from Thursday 20th - Sunday 23rd September. Also in Somerset House, this is one of the largest shopping events of the year and tickets are available online, ranging in price from £12.00 to £125.00. Shopping, beauty treatments and catwalk shows are all available for visitors to enjoy, with British designers including Pringle of Scotland, Jaeger, French Sole, Twenty8Twelve and Antipodium selling their collections at up to 70% off normal prices.
Visitors will be able to update their wardrobe with pieces for work or play. In addition to this, there will be workshops and panel discussions from fashion legends, including CEO of the British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush. Whether you want to gaze at the catwalks, purchase new outfits or simply enjoy a truly unique fashionable experience, this event is not to be missed. Make your trip to the capital even more special by staying in one of Millennium & Copthorne's London hotels, which offer convenience, luxury and excellent transport links.
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels operates a portfolio of over 100 hotels worldwide.
SOURCE Millennium & Copthorne Hotels