British Vogue announced some exciting details for its annual Vogue Festival, which will take place in London on Saturday, May 21, and Sunday, May 22. The weekend event will celebrate the publication's 100th anniversary, and with such a major milestone comes a stellar lineup, with Kim Kardashian, Alessandro Michele and Grace Coddington among its speakers. Kardashian will chat with longtime makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury; Michele will speak with British Vogue Editor-in-Chief Alexandra Shulman about how he caused the widespread "Gucci" effect; and Coddington will reflect upon her longtime styling career at American Vogue.
The festival will cover almost every aspect of the fashion and beauty industry, from journalism and photography to hairstyling and modeling, with panel discussions, conversations, tutorials and masterclasses. Plus, if you thought the three speakers mentioned above were a big deal, there are many, many more. A few other anticipated appearances include Vetements CEO Guram Gvasalia, who continues to make his rounds commenting on the brand's new take on luxury. Alexa Chung, "CNN Style" host Derek Blasberg and Lauren Santo Domingo will also host a style Q&A "clinic." A slew of additional high-end fashion designers will stop by the festival, too, such as Dolce & Gabbana's Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, Christopher Kane, Mary Katrantzou, Peter Dundas of Roberto Cavalli, Claire Waight Keller of Chloé and BFC/British Vogue Fashion Fund 2016 winner Sophia Webster.
Tickets are already available for British Vogue subscribers. For everyone else, mark your calendars for Thursday, Apr. 7 at 10 a.m. GMT, when tickets will be offered to the general public. And hey, maybe take us with you?