London’s fashion scene isn’t just about London Fashion Week. It’s a hub of creative designers, models and retailers all year round. And just as every fashion line is unique, every fashion show should be too. Take a look at our top fashion show locations to get those creative juices flowing:
Location: Regent Street
Capacity: 700 standing, 150 seated
Check it out here: Jewel Piccadilly
This chic, stylish bar is on Regent Street, best known for being the home to London’s most exclusive and high-end retailers. Jewel Piccadilly is best known for it’s white leather booths and opulent chandeliers. A decadent venue in a decadent part of town.
Location: Tower Hill
Capacity: 350 standing, 50 seated
Check it out here: cloudM
The sweeping view of iconic landmarks is the star of the show at cloudM, with stunning full-length windows with a view of the river and the Tower of London. There’s a variety of spaces for hire, so ideal for storing outfits and changing areas.
Capacity: 250 standing, 250 seated
Check it out here: Core Clapton
This former Edwardian parish hall re-launched in August 2017. It’s the definition of a blank canvas space, and has has plenty of natural light. You’ve got lots of freedom when it comes to custom styling, or leaving it all white to let the clothes take centre stage.
Capacity: 300 standing, 200 seated
Check it out here: Mondrian London at Sea Containers
Mondrian London at Sea Containers is a stunning art deco venue – perfect for any fashion lines channelling that old timey glamour. We love the balconies because the views are AMAZING – and their British and American cocktails are on point.
Capacity: 100 standing, 60 seated
Check it out here: Noho Studios
Noho Studios is one of the newest exhibition spaces in the West End. Their shop window space and brandable frontage allow for full customisation. A blank canvas space with high arches and lots of different spaces on offer.
Capacity: 500 standing, 250 seated
Check it out here: White Rabbit
White Rabbit sits tucked beneath converted Victorian archways. This generous photographic studio also functions as a multi-purpose events space. It’s surprisingly big inside, and makes the most of historic charm and modern practicality.