Burberry and Raf Simons have postponed their London Vogue Week exhibits following the dying of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday afternoon.
The longest reigning British monarch handed away on the age of 96 at her Balmoral dwelling in Scotland.
London Vogue Week is scheduled to go forward subsequent week, from 15 to 19 September, however Burberry has introduced that its Spring/Summer time 2023 present on 17 September won’t run “as a mark of respect”.
In an announcement launched to the press, Burberry stated, “It’s with nice unhappiness that now we have discovered of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen. As a mark of respect, now we have taken the choice to cancel our Spring/Summer time 2023 runway present attributable to happen on 17 September in London.”
Nonetheless, it’s not but confirmed whether or not they are going to reschedule the presentation for a later date.
The style model paid respect to the late monarch on their social media channels, writing, “We’re deeply saddened by the dying of Her Majesty The Queen.”
“We be a part of the Royal Household in mourning her loss,” the message learn.
Belgian designer Raf Simons additionally introduced on Friday (9 September) that it could be cancelling its LFW present subsequent week.
In an announcement, the model stated, “Following the devastating information of the dying of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, now we have determined to cancel the Raf Simons catwalk present on 16 September.”
“Because the nation enters a interval of official mourning, we are going to pause throughout this time of nice unhappiness.”
Queen Elizabeth’s state funeral will probably be held at Westminster Abbey, 10 days after the monarch’s dying on Sept. 19.