Vogue Festival: the schedule and ticket info updated

The look behind the fashion curtain continues to enthrall. With Franca Sozzani’s daily Vogue Italia blog, UK Elle’s live tweeting from its cover shoot with Kristen Stewart this arvo (4pm GMT at ElleUK should you care) and Elle editor Lorraine Candy’s new What I Wore blog, it seems the appetite for insider access continues to grow.

Ahead of the curve is UK Vogue with its forthcoming Vogue Festival in April. Here’s an update on the programme of events:

FRIDAY APRIL 20th:
MORNING SESSION
Christopher Bailey in conversation with Alexandra Shulman

My Fashion Life: Vogue’s Lucinda Chambers, Harrods’ Marigay McKee, Matthew Williamson in conversation

Nigella Lawson in conversation with Kirsty Young

AFTERNOON SESSION
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana

Too Young? Too Old? Does Fashion have an Age Limit? Panel debate with Lisa Armstrong, Laura Bailey, Edie Campbell, Mary Portas, Anne Robinson

Stella McCartney

SATURDAY APRIL 21st
MORNING SESSION
Diane Von Furstenberg

Fashion Question Time moderated by Vogue deputy editor Emily Sheffield with Holly Fulton, Henry Holland, Roksanda Ilincic, Christopher Kane, Mary Katrantzou, Nicholas Kirkwood

David Bailey

AFTERNOON SESSION
Tom Ford in conversation with Alexandra Shulman

Ask The Models – A Q&A discussion with models including Jourdan Dunn, Lily Cole and Natalia Vodianova

Is it all about the Red Carpet? Panel discussion including Livia Firth, Richard Young, Rachel Zoe

Vogue Festival, April 20th-21st 2012, The Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, SW7 2AR. Tickets are on sale at £75 per session here (a session is one morning or one afternoon).

Will you be buying tickets to Vogue Festival or watching Elle’s live twitter cover shoot? Or do you think the backstage access has gone too far?

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2 Responses to Vogue Festival: the schedule and ticket info updated

  1. Ignacio says:

    I definitely think that putting a price on access is a step too far. But, hey, this might be the start of a lucrative business…

    I x

  2. POPTUCKSHOP says:

    Hey Navaz, I did reply to your comment by the way in case you thought I had forgotten! I only heard about this very recently… it’s tempting although at £75 a ticket I may be a little stuffed! Friday afternoon/Saturday morning sound like the best sessions though. I can’t stand Rachel Zoe!

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