Transatlantic Fashion Week 2020.

Transatlantic Fashion Week returns in 2020 for its fifth year.

May 24, 2020, Queen Mary 2.

Now an anticipated annual event in our calendar, Transatlantic Fashion Week returns in 2020 for its fifth fabulous year. Revel in the glamour, dressing up, and unforgettable highlights, as we celebrate the world of fashion. Guests will have the chance to enjoy catwalk shows, ‘audiences with…’, talks, and more.

Queen Mary 2 will be hosting some of fashion’s most reputable names, including American designers Badgley Mischka. Mark Badgley and James Mischka have been hailed by Vogue as one of the “Top 10 American Designers” and as the darlings of the Hollywood set. The design duo has made their mark over the past three decades with glamorous, stylish and wearable evening wear and accessories. In a fashion first for Cunard, Badgley Mischka will be launching their new collection on board, giving guests an exclusive preview of their latest designs.

This crossing will welcome back on board fashion expert Gail Sackloff OBE, consultant to the international fashion industry. The sailing will also feature emerging new designers from some of the world’s leading fashion colleges.

The story of 2019.

Watch the highlights of a spectacular Transatlantic Fashion Week 2019.

Special guests on board.

Badgley Mischka.

Mark and James joined forces to launch Badgley Mischka in 1988, and since the beginning, Badgley Mischka has captivated the fashion press and prominent retailers around the world with a sophisticated style that caters to a younger, more modern couture customer, without forsaking women of any age. They have remained true to this design philosophy and the consistent integrity of their collections. Their timeless designs appeal to a range of fashionable women, including Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Sharon Stone, Jennifer Garner, Julia Roberts, Kate Winslet, Sarah Jessica Parker, Helen Mirren and Ashley Judd.

Gail Sackloff OBE.

As consultant to the International Fashion Industry, Gail has sourced the best of British fashion designers on behalf of American shops Neiman Marcus, Marshall Field's and Saks Fifth Avenue. Gail helped launch names such as Jimmy Choo in the USA.