Once again the fashion world's great, good and actually just impossibly famous are landing in London, this time taking up residence at the Royal Geographical Society. The biggest names in terms of blog inches have sold out – predictably that includes Kim Kardashian West – but happily there are still tickets to see some of the most influential people in the industry. So without further ado, here are our top picks.
Dolce & Gabbana
Alexandra Shulman, the woman (and living legend) who has been at the helm of British Vogue since 1992, will sit down with two very outspoken and incredibly talented Italians. Expect interesting titbits on how they keep their brand relevant and how all of that breathtaking couture is turned into something altogether more wearable.
The internationally awesome photographer will be having a chinwag with the Institute of Contemporary Art's Gregor Muir about his provocative and arresting fashion photography and the point at which fashion and fine art meet. Take that, art snobs.
In the words of the ultimate fashionista P'trique, 'Grace Coddington is the unsung hero of Vogue'. Seriously though, with over 30 years in the industry, first as a model and then an editor, she has plenty to reflect on and will be divulging all to British Vogue's fashion director Lucinda Chambers. So two preposterously successful women for the price of one, then. Bargain.
In addition to the industry insiders, there's a whole host of activities, from trend talks to stylish sessions, customisation session and, naturally, some shopping, too.
Vogue Festival will be held at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, SW7 2AR on Sat May 21 and Sun May 22. Buy tickets here.