From glinting chandeliers to sweeping staircases, the stunning Amba Hotel Charing Cross on The Strand is steeped in history and an iconic London landmark.  Nestled in the heart of the London Fashion Week district, this stunning venue is just a short stroll from the main BFC stage and exhibitions and has excellent transport links across London and the West End.

Thames Embankment, Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden are all on the doorstep, and the hotel is conveniently placed for Charing Cross, Embankment and Trafalgar Square train stations – the perfect setting and location for any designer to show during the busy London Fashion Week season.

The building itself is a world class, award winning Victorian masterpiece. The hotels stunning period detailing has been retained following a recent multi-million pound refurbishment, including the floor to ceiling windows, marble pillars and elegant sculptured decor.

The Fashion International shows take place in the chic and sophisticated Ballroom.

“The most professional and stress free show I have ever had the fortune to participate in. We no longer present our collections with anyone else. Highly recommended”

The Fashion International shows have become one of the most sought after multi-designer runway presentations during London Fashion Week, with a PROVEN TRACK RECORD of A1 media coverage including quality buyer, press and celebrity attendance.  Fashion International has presented collections to full houses for six hugely successful seasons and our runway provides a premium platform for both UK and International designers who wish to show during the busy, high profile London Fashion Week.  In September 2017 for the London Fashion week SS18 season, Fashion International achieved a 100% success rate of obtaining British Vogue coverage for all our participating designers and achieved full house attendances for all shows.

“It’s always an absolute pleasure working in such a professional yet friendly atmosphere and being part of such a successful show. I look forward to participating again next season”