Aside from all the new season collections, delicious treats and in-store experiences that are on offer at Fashion’s Night Out, Vogue editors will be out in force sharing their style expertise and insider’s eye to help you master all things autumn/winter 2015. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet the team behind the magazine by ensuring you are in the know with who is where and what is happening when.
If you are a budding horticulturalist, make Liberty’s Wild At Heart concession your first port of call. Vogue contributing editor,Calgary Avansino will be on hand to assist with the bespoke corsage styling at 6.15pm. If you are one of the first 50 people to tweet or Instagram sharing an FNO image from the store and tagging #VogueLovesLiberty, you will receive one of these beautiful corsages to keep you smelling and looking sweet for the rest of the evening.
Just down Regent Street at Anthropologie, Vogue creative director Jamie Perlman, will join author Amanda Brooks and journalist Fiona McCarthy as they host an in-store party celebrating Brooks’s new book, Always Pack a Party Dress. From 6.15-6.45pm, the author will take part in a Q&A sharing her tips and lessons learned. End the party by having your copy signed.
At 6.30pm Bay Garnett, Vogue contributing fashion editor will be in conversation with Karen Millen’s creative director Gemma Metheringham at their Regent Street store. The pair will discuss the brand’s latest collection and the big autumn/winter 2015 trends to note. They will then turn to the audience for a Q&A giving you the opportunity to ask all your burning style questions.
Continuing the creative discussion from 6-8pm, Topshop are hosting a trend talk with Vogue contributing fashion editor Kate Phelan at their flagship store. Phelan will appear alongside fashion writer Camila Morton and milliner Stephen Jones in the personal shopping suite. Ensure you RSVP to: [email protected]
Meanwhile from 6.45-7.30pm Vogue fashion director, Lucinda Chambers will relay her style expertise at Liberty. Chambers will create four individual looks, all with Nike trainers, alongside the brand’s ambassador Matilda Lowther. Don’t miss out on Eliza Doolittle on the decks who will take you dancing into the new season collections. Next, head to the beauty hall on the ground floor to hear beauty and health director Nicola Moulton share her top tips from 7-8pm.
With Jason Wu’s new BOSS Fundamentals collection launching in store, Vogue deputy editor Emily Sheffield and art associate Diana Duah will select looks and offer style guidance from 7-7.30pm. Stay later to see Amber Le Bon take to the decks.
Don’t miss out on all the top table talk from fashion, fitness and health with foodies Madeleine Shaw and Rens Kroes who will be taking part in a panel discussion at Uniqlo from 7-7.30pm hosted by Vogue’s deputy beauty and health editor, Lauren Murdoch-Smith. Following this, make your way to Nike Town for 7.30pm where Calgary Avansino will be welcoming back the Nike Run Club and sharing her nutrional knowledge with you.
If you were one of the lucky ones to have secured a ticket to see Apple play host to Vogue editor in chief, Alexandra Shulman ensure you take your seat by 7.30pm. Shulman will be talking about her life at Vogue, her career and the fashion-tech revolution with Kinvara Balfour.