By  on September 17, 2017

LONDON — They may have kept calm and carried on, but life hasn’t been easy this week for London’s designers and brands, which have been showing their spring collections against a backdrop of terror and protest.

Most chief executive officers, designers and journalists interviewed said they didn’t alter their plans in the wake of Friday’s terrorist attack in which a crude, homemade bomb exploded on an Underground train in west London. The event, however, put a damper on the first day of London Fashion Week, and left visitors and city dwellers alike spooked, although they remained resilient.

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