Burberry canceled the following London Fashion Week show Queen Elizabeth II’s death. In a statement released to the press, the fashion house said: “We are deeply saddened to hear that the Queen has passed away. As a mark of respect, we have made the decision to cancel our Spring/Summer 2023 runway show which will take place on September 17 in London. “It is not yet known if they will reschedule the presentation at a later date.
The label, which is currently under the creative supervision of fashion designer Ricardo Tisci, has also paid tribute to the queen on its social media channels and website, while also joining the same group. British brand series including Stella McCartney and Paul Smith mourning the late king. Burberry has a long relationship with Her Majesty: the heritage brand, founded in 1856, was first awarded the Royal Warrant by the late monarch in 1955 and is one of the “resisting houses” weather” her favorite.
Meanwhile, the famous Belgian fashion Raf Simons confirmed that he will also be canceling the brand’s show, scheduled for September 16. “As the country enters a period of official national mourning, we will be pausing for an infinity of time. this grief. We will take this time to respect Queen Elizabeth II’s legacy and her 70 years on the throne. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family and the people of the Commonwealth,” the brand said in a statement.
Notifications come later British Fashion Council confirmed that it will continue with London Fashion next week as scheduled. “It’s a pivotal moment for designers to present their collections at a specific time in the fashion calendar, and we recognize the work that comes at this time,” they said in a statement. dad with Financial Times. However, they asked designers to postpone “non-essential” events such as parties after the Queen’s death and urged those with retail stores to close their stores for 24 hours on the day of the Queen’s funeral. This has not yet been announced by the Palace. .
This story originally ran on British GQ titled ‘Burberry and Raf Simons cancel London Fashion Week shows as a ‘sign of respect’ for Queen Elizabeth II”