Burberry makes its London Fashion Week show into a weeklong event

Burberry wants to get more out of its London Fashion Week show taking what is traditionally a 15-minute-long show and extending it into a weeklong event at London’s Makers House that brings to life the ideas and inspiration behind the collection.

The show, which is the brand’s first straight-to-consumer collection that features men’s and women’s collections together, will include art exhibitions and activities, theatrical performances, as well as a pop-up shop.  It’s a move that signals how designers are shifting from a traditional fashion show, and approaching them in more consumer-facing ways. To read the rest of this story, visit Glossy.co.

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