The Vogue Festival 2013

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Courtesy of The Condé Nast Publications Ltd

The fashion industry’s heavyweights will take London by storm this up-coming weekend with the return of the Vogue Festival.

Vogue in association with Vertu, is bringing back the festival for its second year after its debut last spring hit a high note for fashion lovers and attendees.

Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman will host the event again and intends for the Vogue Festival to be a far more extravagant event in comparison to its initial launch in 2012 in response to the positive reception the festival garnered.

The two day event from April 27 to April 28 hosted at Southbank Centre will feature seminars, interviews and discussion panels from the fashion industry’s elite class of influential figures.

Guest speakers include Donatella Versace, Michael Kors, Alexa Chung, Anna Dello Russo, Victoria Beckham, David Gandy, Alber Elbez, Livia Firth, Cara Delevingne, Yasmin Le Bon and many more.

The festival is geared to give audiences an insightful peak into the industry, with fashion designers Erdem Moralioğlu and Jonathon Saunders discussing what it takes to launch a successful career.

Those with tickets will also be able to get the chance to hear Jimmy Choo reveal the pivotal lessons he learned in his journey to create a strong British brand, and Vogue editors and guests will tackle the ever-present dilemma in the fashion world of body image with, a debate focusing on why the negative relationships many of us have with our bodies continue to persist.

In addition, ticketholders for the Vogue Festival will be able to attend various workshops and activities in between the scheduled discussions.  From a chance to pose for a personal Vogue cover to trying out this season’s must have runway hairstyle trends at the Braid Bar, the festival guarantees those who attend an unrivaled experience within the field of fashion.

Tickets are limited but are available at


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