One of London's most glamorous festivals, the Vogue Festival, is returning this weekend at the Southbank Centre. Packed to the brim with discussion panels, talks, makeovers and cover-shoots, the two day event promises to give festival goers an insight into the lives of leading industry professionals.
Participants include Victoria Beckham, Alexa Chung, Christopher Kane, Alber Elbaz and many more.
One of the main highlights of this year's festival will be a discussion panel on how fashion can change the world. The grand dame of fashion activism Vivenne Westwood, Creative Director of Eco Age Ltd Livia Firth, campaigner Katharine Hamnett and Voguecontributor Tom Craig will join Vogue's features director Jo Ellison to debate the ways in which fashion can be not only creative but also change perceptions, convey messages and influence the way society lives.
We are also excited to hear Natalie Massenet, the chair of the British Fashion Council and the founder of Net-a-Porter, talk about how she revolutionised the world of high fashion through e-tail shopping.
The only event of its kind, the Vogue Festival in association with Vertu is a truly unique opportunity to hear from the people who work alongside the world's greatest fashion magazine.
For more information and tickets, check out the Southbank Centre website.