This week, The British Fashion Council and Naomi Campbell co-hosted the opening of London Fashion Week presented by Clearpay at the iconic Windmill Soho. Jodie Harsh curated the music throughout the night, and the event saw a surprise performance by Mabel.


London fashion week is one of the big four international fashion weeks, known for its exceptional creativity, innovation and responsible business. The five-day event celebrates excellence in design while empowering positive business growth for participating designers. More than just a business platform for designer’ brands to showcase their new collections, LFW is a cultural platform for change. The international event returns tomorrow with over 130 designers showing their collections on schedule.

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Key attendees included:

Ajak deng

Amy jackson

Annie doble

Betty bachz

Bianca saunders

Bryan yambao

Campbell addy

Caroline rush

Daniel fletcher

Daniel lismore

Edward enninful

Eric underwood


Grace chatto

Henry holland

Jodie harsh

Jordan barrett

Jordan grant

Jordan stephens

Josh quinton

Julien macdonald

Juliet angus

Katie grand

Kaushik velendra


Lee trapstar

Luke day


Mae muller

Maria hatzistefanis

Michael halpern

Mikey trapstar

Munroe bergdorf

Naomi campbell

Narmina marandi

Nick molnar

Patrick mcdowell

Pearl mackie

Ramla ali

Raven smith

Sabrina elba

Stephen jones tania fares

Susan bender

Susie lau


Tinie tempah

Toni blaze

Yinka ilori


The windmill first opened its doors in 1910 as a 320-seater theatre in the heart of soho and gained notoriety for its avant-garde variety acts. Following an extensive refurbishment, the venue has opened its doors once again as the windmill soho, this time as a spectacular theatrical dining experience. Set across three floors the venue features; the theatre, which will act as the main restaurant, the palais de luxe, a grand upstairs bar and the royal box, a sumptuous private room. Beneath the 110-year-old theatre you will find Henderson’s speakeasy. Named after socialite Mrs Laura Henderson the pioneering proprietor of the 1930s and 40s. Infamous for being the first to show nudity on stage in the uk. The iconic external neon lights, a soho landmark, have been lovingly reinstated.