In pictures: White Light takes on London Fashion Week 2014


Event lighting and production specialist White Light has been involved with 11 shows across four days at this year's London Fashion Week (14-18 February).

The Wimbledon-based company revealed its work on the international showcase for fashion talent in the capital. More than 40 members of permanent and freelance staff have been involved in the events installing approximately 1,500 fixtures and 750 metres of truss structures.

A total of 137 crew days have been spent on this year’s LFW, with seven trucks used to transport all the equipment to the shows.

White Light has been working with creative agency My Beautiful City on a number of fashion shows for designers Matthew Williamson, Paul Smith, Belstaf, Julien Macdonald, Whistles and House of Holland. 

The business has also been tasked by Gainsbury and Whiting, Picnic Productions and Six Up to create the lighting for the Hunter, Peter Pilotto and Amelia Wickstead catwalk shows. 

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