Corsets, craft and curly wigs: highlights from London fashion week autumn/winter 2024 – in pictures

This year marks a decade since Labrum’s foundation, so the Tate Britain felt like an aptly prestigious venue to mark the brand’s 10-year milestone. Designer Foday Dumbuya is often inspired by migration: this time, it was a celebration of immigrants and the cultural richness they bring. England rugby player Maro Itoje, whose family emigrated to Britain from Nigeria, opened the show. The label’s signatures were there – bright tailoring and Nomoli-figure patterns – as well as some newer touches, such as passport-printed silks and, our highlight, a reimagination of the duffle coat.


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