Julien Macdonald is to return to the London Fashion Week line-up with a show on Sunday February 16, following a two-season break.
Julien Macdonald is to return to the London Fashion Week line-up.
The Welsh designer took a two-season break from the schedule to focus on the launch of his private client made-to-measure service, Julien Macdonald Bespoke, but will mark his comeback with a show on Sunday February 16.
He said: ''I am thrilled to be returning to the London Fashion Week schedule for autumn/winter 2013-14. For the last two seasons, I have been concentrating on launching my bespoke private client service in my London-based atelier which I have really enjoyed, but I also love the build-up of preparing a collection for a show. I'm very excited about showing my latest collection to the industry and press as part of London Fashion Week in February.''
Julien - whose clothes have been worn by the likes of Florence Welch, Kristen Stewart and Beyonce - launched his eponymous label in 1997 and has been a regular fixture at LFW ever since his first catwalk show for spring/summer 1998.
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