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  Why are young British designers going abroad? Friday 20 February 2004  
on the catwalk
At the end of London Fashion Week why do some people argue that British fashion is currently lagging far behind Milan, Paris and New York?

Does the absence of some of the top designers mean that Britain is in the design doldrums - or can we draw hope from some of the new talent emerging onto the scene?

Charlie Porter, deputy fashion editor of the Guardian, Alexandra Schulman, Editor of Vogue and Tanya Sarne of Ghost join Martha to discuss why we are losing our best talent overseas.

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