Giving lucky attendees the chance to listen to world-renowned figures in the fashion world, the fourth annual Vogue Festival is back by popular demand, teaming up with luxury powerhouse Harrods to bring an even more spectacular event.
Running from April 25 – 26 this year, The Vogue Festival will see The Royal College of Art in London filled with international models, designers, photographers and fashion insiders who will offer the lucky few a once in a lifetime chance to be able to hear them speak about topics that they feel passionately about. “We’re looking forward to welcoming our readers again, giving them the chance to see, hear and meet some of those whose work is seen in the pages of Vogue, and take part in fashion and beauty experiences, as well as engage with the Vogue team. The support of Harrods for a second year is helping us make this event bigger and better than ever before,” said Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue.
As well as talks and workshops, this year’s event will include a career masterclass as well as a Beaty Hall that will offer an array of activities, ranging from interactive events to performances, make-overs and cover shoots. And with previous speakers at the festival including the likes of Sarah Burton, Albert Elbaz, Mario Testino and Phoebe Philo, it looks like this year’s event certainly won’t disappoint. “We’re delighted to be partnering with Vogue in 2015, for the second time,” said Chiara Varese, director of CRM and personal shopping services at Harrods. “The Vogue Festival has become a key event in our customer’s fashion calendar and this year promises to be even more exciting. There is a natural affinity between our two brands and we’re looking forward to working with Vogue to deliver a unique, innovative experience,” she added. With such a powerful partnership between two iconic British fashion institutions in place, we’re eagerly awaiting to see what this year’s event will shape up to be like. Check out the official festival hashtag #VogueFestival for all the latest news and updates.