London fashion week

How Burberry and Topshop used social to rule at London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week is over for another year, and what a week it’s been.

The Econsultancy content team have been to exactly zero catwalk shows and no glitzy parties, and quite frankly we’re exhausted.

Thankfully our friends in the world of fashion were kind enough to share all the glamour via social media, so we have a fair idea of what went on at the major fashion shows.

Data from Hotwire PR shows that Burberry managed to drive the most conversations around its show with 21,958 tweets, while Topshop came a distant second with 9,108.

This is likely because they’re two of Britain’s most recognised fashion brands, but both have also engaged in some interesting social activity around London Fashion Week.

Here’s a quick run through of what they’ve been up to, and for a look back at previous years read our posts from LFW 2013 and 2012

How retailers are using social for Fashion Week

London Fashion Week kicked off on Friday and social marketing teams have gone into overdrive trying to produce content to keep their fans and followers in the loop.

The action on Twitter focuses around the hashtag #LFW, so being a fashionable guy I thought I’d check out how retailers are getting involved in the week’s events.

All the usual suspects have begun sharing relevant content, so here’s a quick run down of how different brands are using social to make the most of fashion week…