London Queer Fashion Show returns to the capital today
London Queer Fashion Show (LGFS) is to return to the capital tonight, inviting London queers to "re-claim their space at the forefront of fashion".
Hundreds of LGBTQ+ people will gather at One Marylebone for an immersive show of established and emerging queer fashion designers.
The event, hosted outside of the London Fashion Week schedule, will return to the capital for its 4th show. LQFS aims to platform an expansive expression of LGBTQ+ talent, with the aim of recognising and acknowledging every individual as a valued part of fashion.
Designers for the 2022 show consist of: Patrick McDowell, Ollie Hull, Faux Boy, Stevie Crowne, Returning Queen, Jean Lois Costello, Compton Q, Narcacissm, Yer won, Eliza Parla Gurocak, Zekaryas Solomon and Belladonis.
Featuring an array of LGBTQ+ performers including singers, dancers and voguers, the 2022 show is focused on standing out from mainstream catwalks whilst championing up and coming queer designers and models.
Over 100 models will walk the catwalk, showcasing the breadth of diversity in the LGBTQ+ community. From celebrities like Stephen Lustig-Webb from Gogglebox to community leaders and influencers like Hannah Cunningham, Fox Fisher, Quentin, and Tyreece, this event will platform diversity in every sense, amplifying boundless expressions of fashion.
Lucy London, Creative Director of London Queer Fashion Show, said: "We're excited to bring the iconic London Queer Fashion show home to the capital for it's rebirth"
"This year's event is even more important to communities than ever, with so much time apart it is time to celebrate ourselves, each other and our expansive showcase of LGBTQ+ talent. Our fashion creators are to be seen, represented and celebrated."