Queen Elizabeth II dies — follow the latest news as the world mourns
Following the queen's death on September 8, the fashion event rushed out a new timetable to minimise conflict with the mourning period. It has since been heavily scaled back, with all parties cancelled, and both Raf Simons and Burberry selecting to scrap their shows completely.
In a letter sent out last week, Caroline Rush, chief executive of the British Fashion Council, which organises London Fashion Week, said: "As a business-to-business event, London Fashion Week will continue while observing royal protocol and the event will be dedicated to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with our own moment of respect."
Some of those events will now take place on Tuesday, while others will happen in October, on as yet unconfirmed dates.
Queen Elizabeth II will be laid to rest in a historic state funeral on Monday.
Crowds of mourners are expected to flock to London, Windsor and royal sites throughout the UK on the national bank holiday, with the service set to draw millions of TV viewers across the globe.
The royal family will be among the 2,000 people gathered at Westminster Abbey to remember the late monarch on Monday morning, before a committal service at Windsor Castle.
Presidents, prime ministers and royals from around the globe came together as guests of the monarch for the event on Sunday evening.