Update: In case you missed it, Christopher Kane showed off-schedule with a collection that hinted at 50s Hollywood sex appeal but with a contemporary vision seen in the pleated shapes and clean lines.

Welcome back London Fashion Week, oh how we missed you!
Whilst you're watching the shows debut here on Because – expect schedule regulars like Molly Goddard, Palmer//Harding and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, as well as burgeoning young designers – the Because team will be running around the city viewing the shows in person. What will the next season of fashion have to offer? Tune in to find out.

Day Five

Watch the last show of LFW: Yuhan Wang seeks strength in her signature romantic and lacy dresses and perhaps more literally with handbags shaped like pistol holsters.

15:00: The runway may be a new medium for COS but the British retailer was in familiar territory with elevated basics, neutral colours and sleek accessories.

14:30: Even with a white tee on the runway, Huishan Zhang delivers on the understated ease and elegance he's known for. 

13:00: PRONOUNCE said "Go big or go home", meaning gaping holes aligned like constellations and head-to-toe fuchsia suits. And don't forget the gigantic furry slippers. 

12:00: Locker room attire is given a luxe update with strapping bowler shirts and colour block co-ords in the Carlota Barrera x New Balance collection. 

Day Four

16:00: Edeline Lee splices and multiplies exoskeletal and ruffled dresses in a trippy animation.

15:00: JORDANLUCA tease their SS22 collection with a 'NSFW' film but we promise this one is PG13.

14:00: The film from OSMAN explores a sustainable world of garments and dreams up glittering numbers and handwoven coats. 

12:30: Kaushik Velendra channels power dressing with soft-sculpted shoulders and hints of his signature armoury style. 

11:15: Tailoring has taken a new turn for Toga’s SS22 collection, as the opening looks featured skirt suits with ribbon details and distorted shirt dresses.

10:45: Emilia Wickstead's English rose print complimented the infinitely green garden landscape that the models walked through.

Day Three

12:00: Strangers become friends and more in a tale of eerie adventure in the campaign film from Roland Mouret.

10:45: A monochrome palette and sharply tailored suits prevail at JOHN LAWRENCE SULLIVAN, streamed live straight from Tokyo. 

Day Two

16:00: Cowboy hats, extreme fringing and a universal shade of suede filled the Charlotte Knowles show, which was situated underground central London in a car park.

15:00: As well as making clothes, Marques'Almeida are now making magazines! See-Through is their new publication, which highlights those who are actively changing the fashion industry for the better.

14:00: A surprisingly casual collection considering Molly Goddard’s pre-COVID predilection to eveningwear, but it still featured the voluminous silhouettes and brash colour palette that the designer is known for.

12:45: Palmer//harding’s tailored treats didn’t disappoint this season. Their SS22 lookbook film featured an array of necklines that exposed collar bones and metallic hues. 

12:30: These frocks from Anna Mason are made to frolic in, as her cast of adventurers showcased while they wandered through the woods

12:00: Feng Chen Wang showed love in its most beautiful form; as an emotion that can't discriminate against gender

Day One

16:00: Watch the last show of day 1 and get groovin' Matty Bovan style: swathed in layers, loud geometric prints and with draping for days. 

15:30: A forgotten fury remembered at Nicholas Daley. 

15:15: Stephen Jones Millinery shows us a childhood more chic than ours ever was in the Cote d'Azur. 

14:45: Frayed edges, spliced textiles and ultra baggy jeans at Liam Hodges takes us back to our teenage days. 

14:00: A short and sweet punk-rock film from Vivienne Westwood, but we'd expect nothing less from the bold Dame and her cast of rebels. 

11:45: The flirtiness of a floral number and toughness of leather meet in a glitching, psychedelic landscape from Preen by Thornton Bregazzi.

11:00: Traverse through an apple orchard with Temperley London, clad in denim boiler suits and maxi dresses that bring back the glam. 

10:45: At Halpern, colourful satin and silk, feathers and sequins take flight on a cast of ballet dancers performing on the stage at the Royal Opera House.