Since launching two years ago, the Vogue Fashion Festival, in partnership with Swarovski, has established itself in Paris as a key event for professionals from the worlds of fashion and luxury, to take the pulse and anticipate the future of the industry. The third edition will take place on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 November, under the gilded roof of Palais Potocki in Paris.
Vogue Paris will bring together leaders and influencers from the luxury world. The theme for this year’s event will be "Fashion and its new frontiers", examining geographical borders as well as technological versus human, digital versus print, frontiers of genders, seniors versus millennials, and inspirations. On stage, speakers will share insights and experiences whilst engaging with the audience, presenting their perception and vision of the future of fashion and its ecosystem.
Speakers for this year’s event include Sidney Toledano, chairman and CEO of LVMH Fashion Group; Edgar Huber, CEO of Coty; Maria Grazia Chiuri, artistic director of Christian Dior; Clare Waight Keller, artistic director of Givenchy; Virgil Abloh, founder of Off-White and Alexandre Arnault, CEO of Rimowa. Chiara Ferragni and Ashley Graham will also partake in the event. The two-day festival will consist of a conference, round-tables, masterclasses and live interviews.
Nadja Swarovski, member of the Swarovski executive board, commented: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with Condé Nast International on the Vogue Fashion Festival for the third year running. Celebrating ‘New Frontiers’, the 2018 edition promises a fresh and inspiring mix of fashion’s brightest creative, business and strategic leaders, all engaging in boundary-pushing debate. There is no better setting for such a gathering than the global fashion capital of Paris – we look forward to an exciting event this November.”
For detailed programme and ticket information go to voguefashionfestival.fr.
Condé Nast International is a member of FIPP.
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