And while immigration, a customs agreement and trade deals may be high up on the agenda, one of the key negotiations is whether or not Britain will be forced to leave the single market.

Impacting almost every industry, if the UK fails to reach a comprehensive free trade agreement, or a “‘no deal’ scenario”, with the European Union it will – according to a parliamentary report published in March – “risk significant damage” to non-financial sectors such as the fashion industry.

But while parliament debates the particular circumstances under which Britain leaves the EU, the concerned but resolute London fashion industry is committed to remaining open to the world.

Speaking in February at the start of last season’s London Fashion Week, Caroline Rush, head of the British Fashion Council, admitted that while the weak pound had boosted “shopping and spending”, she hoped that Brexit “will make no difference”.

“London is very culturally open. We are known for that around the world. We have to, above all else, ensure that message of openness and unity is heard and resonates.”

“As long as we continue to be culturally open, I hope we continue to attract the level of international talent we have done for years.”

But despite an uncertain future for the cities leading designers – a BFC survey last year revealed that 90% of British fashion designers voted to Remain – the impact of the European Union’s sartorial capitals on London’s streets will not decelerate.

Known historically for providing not only the most creative runways of the four fashion capitals, London is also famed for welcoming some of the world’s most imaginative style on its streets.

And while the street style stars of New York – once known for their monochromatic palette and clean lines – Paris – for their love of sharp tailoring and feminine silhouettes – and Milan – for heavy prints and luxurious fabrics – typically stay true to their reputation, the last few seasons have seen an increase in London’s influence on the global street style scene.

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