Burberry always pull in an A List crowd for their beautifully designed sets and Brit-cool clothes.
Last year, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell were seen on the front row alongside model/actress Cara Delevingne.
LFW starts with a host of parties and events tonight, before the first show will grace the catwalk tomorrow at 9am.
British brand Burberry are hosting their show in London on Saturday at 5pm.
As in previous seasons, fans of the brand can watch the show live and then shop the collection immediately afterwards.
This will be the final collection under the stewardship of Christopher Bailey, who has headed up the brand for 17 years.
He has already revealed the collection will feature a new rainbow check which is “dedicated to – and in support of – some of the best and brightest organisations supporting LGBTQ+ youth around the world.”
He continued: “There has never been a more important time to say that in our diversity lies our strength, and our creativity.”
The label has donated to three charities – Albert Kennedy Trust, Trevor Project and ILGA – all of which provide mentoring and resources to LGBTQ+ people worldwide.
In 2014, Bailey became the first openly gay FTSE 100 CEO.
Burberry shared an image of the rainbow check on their Instagram account, causing excitement for fans around the world who will be able to purchase items as soon as they have been sent down the runway.
As before, Burberry will live stream the show to allow everyone to watch it.
Fashion fans can enjoy the action live here at Express.co.uk.
If watching at home isn’t enough, there is an opportunity to experience the excitement for yourself.
London Fashion Week Festival runs from 22-25 February, and anyone can buy a ticket.
The event features catwalks, talks, and the opportunity to shop with over 150 designers.