The line-up for the one of the biggest events in the fashion capital has been announced today.
The fourth annual Vogue Festival, in association with Harrods, hits London on April 25-26, 2015 and tickets are now on sale on a first-come, first-served basis.
This year’s impressive guest line-up includes Bobbi Brown, Alexa Chung, John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier, Roksanda Ilincic, Christian Louboutin, Erdem Moralioglu, Charlotte Olympia, Olivier Rousteing, Stella Tennant, Tim Walker and more.
The event will take place across two venues: the Royal College of Art and the Royal Geographic Society. Tickets starting at £25 give you access to explore the foyer while you can pay up to £80 and attend a masterclass.
The festival is running two Saturday classes covering ‘The Art Of Editing‘ with Vogue‘s features editor, Susie Rushton, and contributing editor Christa D’Souza.
In the afternoon, the creative director at Vogue, Jamie Perlman, explains his role and how a photographer is commissioned in ‘How To Break Into Fashion Photography‘. The photographer, Rory Payne, and international photographic agent, Camilla Lowther will also be present.
How To Become A Successful Fashion Editor‘ with Vogue‘s contributing fashion editor, Kate Phelan, will have a more journalistic focus, while fashion features director, Sarah Harris will be teaching ‘Everything You Need To Know About Fashion Journalism‘.
Throughout the weekend, guests can enjoy talks from a range of fashion industry experts for £50.
The Balmain creative director, Olivier Rousteing, will be discussing glamour with model Alexa Chung; while John Galliano will be hosting a talk called ‘Master of Couture’.
Photographer, Tim Walker, will also be revisiting his most exotic Vogue shoots in ‘To the ends of the earth: the extraordinary world of Tim Walker’.
And if masterclasses aren’t your thing you’ll still have access to the beauty hall, the Vogue shop, as well as the chance to take part in the popular onsite cover shoots.
Save the date and buy your Vogue Festival tickets here.
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