January 7, 2015
Condé Nast-owned British Vogue and London department store Harrods are teaming up once again to host the Vogue Festival this April at the Royal College of Art in London.
The festival will give attendees the opportunity to listen to international designers, photographers, models and writers in the fashion industry. The annual affair gives Vogue a chance to showcase top individuals in fashion and interact with readers on a more personal level.
Let the festivities commence
At the 2015 festival guests will be able to take career masterclasses. The classes have limited space, but give guests the opportunity to talk with leaders in the field in an intimate setting.
An experimental Beauty Hall will offer interactive style events and activities such as workshops, makeovers and performances to entertain guests all weekend.
Harrods partners with Vogue for the event
In a branded statement, Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue said, “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.”
Harrods was introduced as a partner for the 2014 edition of the festival (see story).
Vogue Festival will take place April 25-26.