The Festival

A highlight of the Fall fashion calendar!

The Vogue Fashion Festival, in partnership with Swarovski, is returning to the Palais Potocki November 9 and 10, 2018. This third edition of the event will focus on “new fashion frontiers”, be they geographical or technical; rooted in gender, age or inspiration. If you’re an industry professional, student or simply passionate about fashion and luxury, we’re looking forward to welcoming you as we open the floor for high-level fashion debate.

 

Karl Lagarfeld, Alber Elbaz and many more have joined us for previous editions, sharing their extraordinary experience and vision. This year, we have even more surprises in store, to inspire and delight the Vogue fashion community.

Our sessions

Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Sessions - Friday, November 9th Morning

Friday, November 9th Morning

1. New frontiers for luxury brands

 

2. Clare Waight Keller and the new frontiers at Givenchy

 

3. Art, fashion and luxury: anatomy of an idyll

 

4. How Virgil Abloh and Alexandre Arnault are taking on the all-powerful millennials and street culture

 

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Sessions - Friday, November 9th Morning
Friday, November 9th Morning

 

09:00am › 09:15am
Introduction to the Vogue Fashion Festival

09:15am › 10:00am
New frontiers for luxury brands

After more than 20 years as CEO at Dior, Sidney Toledano is now CEO of the LVMH Fashion Group, a structure grouping together brands including Pucci, Marc Jacobs, Loewe, Celine and Kenzo, making him an ideal commentator on the transformation of luxury brands in an era of social networks and e-commerce.

Speaker:
Sidney Toledano

10:00am › 10:45am
Clare Waight Keller and the new frontiers at Givenchy

As creative director for Givenchy since 2017, Clare Waight Keller has been leading a subtle style evolution for the legendary Paris fashion house. The wedding gown she designed for Meghan Markle was one of the British designer’s masterstrokes, but just how much freedom do designers really have when they take the helm of luxury houses with established codes? How can they express their own identities in an already well-defined context? How can they shake off – or not – the weight of a fashion institution, or the constraints of a particular definition of elegance? And what links the Givenchy of yesterday, today and tomorrow? A dialogue between Clare Waight Keller and Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris editor-in-chief.

Speaker: 
Clare Waight Keller

10:45am › 11:15am: Break

11:15am › 12:00pm
Art, fashion and luxury: anatomy of an idyll

The relationship between the worlds of art, fashion and luxury are growing ever stronger. Over and above the beauty that unites them, they point to a host of symbolic and economic questions, debated here with three major players at the heart of the issue. Nadja Swarovski, Member of the Swarovski Executive board aims to encourage Art & Design talents to innovate and experiment with crystal as a unique multifaceted creative ingredient and is a patron of the greatest exhibitions; contemporary art star Xavier Veilhan is just as comfortable at the Centre Pompidou or Versailles, as he is working on the windows of Chanel or Vuitton, and Miren Arzalluz, director of the Palais Galliera, Fashion Museum of the City of Paris.

(Talk in English)

Speakers: 
Nadja Swarovski
Xavier Veilhan
Miren Arzalluz

12:00pm › 12:45pm 
How Virgil Abloh and Alexandre Arnault are taking on the all-powerful millennials and street culture

The millennials, or Generation Y born between 1981 and 2000, courted as consumers by the fashion and beauty giants, represent 32% of luxury clientele. By 2025, they will make up 45%. Virgil Abloh, founder of the label Off White and creative director of menswear for Louis Vuitton; and Alexandre Arnault, CEO of Rimowa, have mastered talking to and being listened to by this golden target. So what are their respective strategies and visions? What challenges can they see coming up? Meet two key players in the industry who are bidding big on youth.

Speakers:
Alexandre Arnault
Virgil Abloh

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Sessions - Friday, November 9th Afternoon

Friday, November 9th Afternoon

1. Luxury now and in the future

 

2. Inside Kering’s digital strategy

 

3. E-commerce and distribution: A new challenge for Printemps

 

4. How Chinese millennials are redefining luxury

 

5. A new space and time for luxury

 

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Sessions - Friday, November 9th Afternoon
Friday, November 9th Afternoon

 

02:00pm › 02:15pm
Introduction to the Vogue Fashion Festival

02:15pm › 03:00pm
Luxury now and in the future

In an exclusive presentation of the 2018 edition of their annual luxury study, Bain & Company, world leader in strategy consulting notably for the luxury sector, shines a light on the new challenges the industry faces. Talk and interview with Joëlle de Montgolfier, senior director of Insights and Research at Bain & Company.

Speaker:
Joëlle de Montgolfier

03:00pm › 03:30pm
E-commerce and distribution: A new challenge for Printemps

Printemps department store has seen its turnover pass the billion-and-a-half Euro mark, but the new goal for the French retail giant and CEO Paolo de Cesare, is to launch an e-commerce site dedicated to luxury. A luxury evolution or a shopping revolution?

Speaker: 
Paolo de Cesare

03:30pm › 04:00pm : Break

04:00pm › 04:45pm
Inside Kering’s digital strategy

Appointed Director of Digital and Client Relations at Kering late last year, Grégory Boutté is tasked with leading digital transformation for a group for whom 6% of sales are online. Within a global on- and offline ecosystem, he is supporting each of the group’s houses with bespoke solutions to their issues around ecommerce, CRM, in-store digital and big data.

Speaker: 
Grégory Boutté

04:45pm › 05:15pm 
How Chinese millennials are redefining luxury

During the next ten years, it is expected that Chinese consumers will represent more than half of the global luxury market. And with most of them living outside the country’s mega-cities, e-commerce is the most important channel of access for luxury brands. Lili Chen, who leads the Alibaba Luxury Pavilion, paints a portrait of the modern luxury consumer in China, and the strategies that big brands and retailers should consider, to reach an all-important market in full transformation.

Speaker:
Lili Chen

05:15pm › 06:00pm 
A new space and time for luxury

Technology is revolutionizing the world of luxury, disrupting established codes to foster an open environment in which data, augmented reality and machine learning are opening the door to new ways of creating and distributing products. Director of Luxury and Beauty at Google, Anne-Véronique Baylac will be in conversation with Shiho Fukuhara, who leads research and development for interconnected fashion platform, Jacquard.

Speaker:
Anne-Véronique Baylac

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Sessions - Saturday, November 10th Morning

Saturday, November 10th Morning

1. New frontiers for luxury beauty

 

2. New fabrics and design

 

3. Fashion futurology

 

4. Luxury brands and influencers

 

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Sessions - Saturday, November 10th Morning
Saturday, November 10th Morning

 

09:00am › 09:15am
Introduction to the Vogue Fashion Festival

09:15am › 10:00am
New frontiers for luxury beauty

With generational and technological disruption, new expectations and new ways to access and consume product all being felt, the changes currently impacting the world of fragrance and cosmetics are defining new ways to innovate and communicate. An interview with Edgar Huber, Chairman of Coty Luxury, the luxury division of the third-biggest beauty player worldwide, and luxury fragrance leader, with brands like Clavin Klein, Hugo Boss, Gucci and Bottega Veneta, amongst many others.

Speaker:
Edgar Huber

10:00am › 10:45am
New fabrics and design

Both are designers, both are reinventing fashion codes in their own way. Antonin Tron, founder of Atlein, graduate of the Royal Academy in Antwerp and winner of the 2018 ANDAM prize creates ‘humanist’ fashion based around the body, imprinted with movement, fluidity and liberty. Christelle Kocher made her name thanks to the bold blend of influences, references and fabrics that characterize her clothes, an inspired melting pot of knitwear, streetwear, feathers and embroidery. How a free dialogue of influences and a real consciousness of ethical urgency are at the heart of tomorrow’s fashion.

Speakers: 
Antonin Tron
Christelle Kocher

10:45am › 11:15am : Break

11:15am › 11:45am
Fashion futurology

The technology revolution has meant that we have had to re-think our place in society and it could even impact the evolution of our species. In the face of the march of the machines, creativity will be a real added value. Sophie Hackord, futurologist and chairman of 1715 LABS, a research and thought leadership think tank focused on artificial intelligence, speculates on the consequences of the dialogue between Man and machine.

(Session in English)

Speaker: 
Sophie Hackford

11:45am › 12:30pm 
Luxury brands and influencers

In less than a decade, Chiara Ferragni has become one of the most powerful influencers in the world, through her blog, The Blond Salad, created in 2009. With more than 15 million followers on Instagram, she has made her name a brand in its own right and is now a bona fide fashion icon with close links to the luxury houses, with Dior at the head of the queue. The 31-year-old is one of the first to have developed a new form of fashion collaboration, starting with the appointment of Maria Grazia Chiuri as Creative Director of the couture house in July 2016, who asked the influencer to her first show. Two years later, she created two wedding gowns for Chiara Ferragni’s wedding to Fedez, an event relayed on social media via the hashtag #TheFerragnez, generating media coverage to rival that of the royal wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

Speakers:
Chiara Ferragni
Maria Grazia Chiuri

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Sessions - Saturday, November 10th Afternoon

Saturday, November 10th Afternoon

1. How to use your influence and fashion vision to make a brand out of your name?

 

2. The new criteria for beauty

 

3. Within a context of media saturation, a constant flow of information and the cult of the Self on the social networks, what does the future look like for communications and image management for major fashion and luxury players?

 

4. Jean-Paul Goude: A dreamer of images who knows no limits

 

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Sessions - Saturday, November 10th Afternoon
Saturday, November 10th Afternoon

 

02:00pm › 02:15pm
Introduction to the Vogue Fashion Festival

02:15pm › 03:00pm
How to use your influence and fashion vision to make a brand out of your name?

An emblematic Fashion Week figure and darling of the street style photographers, Giovanna Engelbert shares a positive vision of fashion, characterized by fun. With the rise of the social networks, Giovanna has become a fashion icon and has made her name a brand in itself. A creative director and consultant for the biggest brands in the business, she brought out a book, Gio_Graphy, in 2017, in which she shares her inspiration, creative world and style advice. Her latest project, is a freshly launched ecommerce site: My Favorite Color is Shopping.

Speaker:
Giovanna Engelbert

03:00pm › 03:45pm
Ashley Graham: a radiant beauty revolutionary

Meet Ashley Graham, whose voluptuous figure has earned her a place as one of the top ten best-paid models in the world. Her sublime curves and radiant smile have become glossy magazine shorthand for a positive and progressive body image.courbes et le sourire comme un soleil incarnent sur papier glacé un rapport au corps aussi décomplexé que progressiste.

Speaker: 
Ashley Graham

03:45pm › 04:15pm : Break

04:15pm › 05:00pm
Within a context of media saturation, a constant flow of information and the cult of the Self on the social networks, what does the future look like for communications and image management for major fashion and luxury players?

Are fashion shows still relevant? Will digital ad campaigns become more important than advertising in glossy magazines? Should a brand have a face and what role should that person play? Who will win the stand-off between the traditional press and the influencers? Lucien Pagès, head of the eponymous PR and consulting agency that counts Missoni, A.P.C., Vanessa Seward, Jacquemus, J.W. Anderson, Sacäi and John Lobb amongst its clients, shares his experience, vision and thoughts regarding the changes in communication coming up for the fashion and luxury industries.

Speaker: 
Lucien Pages

05:00pm › 06:00pm
Jean-Paul Goude: A dreamer of images who knows no limits

An image-making superstar and charming visionary, Jean-Paul Goude has imprinted an era with his extraordinary imagination. The man behind Vanessa Paradis as a whistling bird for Coco by Chanel, Grace Jones swallowing a Citroën and the Kodackettes, as well as the parade on the Champs-Elysées for the 200th anniversary of the French revolution, he’s a genius creative all-rounder who has made blended and deconstructed bodies a hallmark, stamped across his work in design, photography, film, set design and music. Discussion and thoughts from an artist who, better than anyone else, embodies the notion of breaking down barriers. And with them, taboos.

Speaker:
Jean-Paul Goude

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Our masterclasses

Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Masterclass - Friday, November 9th Morning

Friday, November 9th Morning

How to launch a luxury start-up

 

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Masterclass - Friday, November 9th Morning
Friday, November 9th Morning

 

How to launch a luxury start-up

Speakers will share three experiences in three different luxury sectors, covering their careers, their start-ups, how they got them off the ground and the pitfalls they encountered, before taking questions from the floor.

Speakers:
Marie Courroy
Mathieu de Ménonville
Mathile Lacombe

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Masterclass - Friday, November 9th Afternoon

Friday, November 9th Afternoon

How to ace your job interview in the luxury industry

 

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Masterclass - Friday, November 9th Afternoon
Friday, November 9th Afternoon

 

How to ace your job interview in the luxury industry

In what’s become one of the most popular sessions at the Vogue Fashion Festival, Michael Boroian, founder and CEO of Sterling International, a headhunting agency for the fashion and luxury industries, shares his experience, with analysis and role play for different interview scenarios. He will also discuss some exceptional fashion careers and open up on the art of headhunting and how it really works behind closed doors, with a focus on the opportunities and specificities of a career in the luxury world.

Speaker:
Michael Boroian

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Masterclass - Saturday, November 10th Morning

Saturday, November 10th Morning

Fashion journalism

 

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Masterclass - Saturday, November 10th Morning
Saturday, November 10th Morning

 

Fashion journalism

The Vogue Paris editorial team discuss the reality of their work and share stories that lift the lid on day-to-day life at Vogue.

Speakers:
Emmanuelle Alt
Aleksandra Woroniecka
Olivier Lalanne

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Masterclass - Saturday, November 10th Afternoon

Saturday, November 10th Afternoon

How brands can engage an audience with social media communications strategies

 

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Vogue Fashion Festival 2018 - Masterclass - Saturday, November 10th Afternoon
Saturday, November 10th Afternoon

 

How brands can engage an audience with social media communications strategies

A conversation with Juliette Mallet and Amélie Pichard, who have both developed strong visual identities for their brands, Coucou Suzette and Amélie Pichard by building a loyal community on social networks thanks to a unique aesthetic and a brand identity that is immediately recognizable.

Speakers:
Juliette Mallet
Amélie Pichard

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Our prestigious guests

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VIRGIL ABLOH

Louis Vuitton

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VIRGIL ABLOH
Louis Vuitton

Born in Rockford, Illinois in 1980, Virgil Abloh is an artist, architect, engineer, creative director, and designer. After earning a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Madison, he completed a Master´s Degree in Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology in a curriculum founded by Mies van der Rohe. It was here that he learned not only about modernist design principles but also about the concept of multi-disciplinary working.

Virgil Abloh’s brand Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh™ was started in 2012 as an artwork titled "PYREX VISION." In 2013, the brand premiered a seasonal men's and women's fashion label showing runway collections during Paris Fashion Week since 2015.

Abloh has also presented his work at major design institutions around the globe by the likes of Harvard Graduate School of Design, Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and the Rhode Island School of Design.

In 2019 he will have a major exhibition of past and current work at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago, Illinois. In 2015, Virgil Abloh for Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh™ is among the finalists of the LVMH Prize. He has been awarded various prizes, most recently winning the British Fashion Awards Urban Luxe award and International Designer of the Year at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in 2017.

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EMMANUELLE ALT

Vogue Paris

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EMMANUELLE ALT
Vogue Paris
Born in Paris in 1967, Emmanuelle Alt started out in Fashion at Elle in 1984 as a beauty assistant. Two year later, she went on the join 20 Ans magazine as fashion editor, becoming chief fashion editor in 1993. In 1998, she became chief fashion editor at Mixte, before moving to Vogue Paris in late 2000 where she would be chief fashion editor for 10 years, before being appointed editor-in-chief of the magazine in February 2011.
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Alexandre Arnault - EN

ALEXANDRE ARNAULT

RIMOWA

Alexandre Arnault - EN

ALEXANDRE ARNAULT

RIMOWA

Alexandre Arnault is the CEO of RIMOWA, the leading German high-end luggage manufacturer. The brand was founded in 1898 and is since January 2017 part of the LVMH Group. Alexandre has sourced the acquisition and worked on its completion. Prior to that, he was involved with the Group through investment activities at Groupe Arnault, mostly in technology companies. Outside the Group, he has worked at McKinsey & Co and KKR in New York. Alexandre studied computer science at Telecom ParisTech and Ecole Polytechnique.

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MIREN ARZALLUZ

Palais Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

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MIREN ARZALLUZ
Palais Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris
Miren Arzalluz read History (BA) at the University of Deusto and Comparative Politics (MSc) at the London School of Economics before specializing in the history of dress and fashion at the Courtauld Institute of Art (MA). She has been curator and head of collections at the Cristóbal Balenciaga Foundation between 2007 and 2013. As a freelance curator she has collaborated with various fashion museums on diverse projects such as Fashion Mix (Palais Galliera - Palais de la Porte Dorée), The 50s. Fashion in France, 1947-1957 (Palais Galliera-Bilbao Fine Arts Museum), Game Changers: reinventing the 20th century silhouette (MoMu Antwerp). She is currently director of Palais Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris.
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ANNE VÉRONIQUE BAYLAC

Google France

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ANNE VÉRONIQUE BAYLAC

Google France

Anne Véronique Baylac has been Luxury Director at Google France, since May 2018. She was previously Chief Digital Officer at Sephora for Europe and the Middle East, leading e-commerce development and digital transformation. Before joining Sephora, she was Director of Auchan.fr in the retailer’s e-commerce division. She has also been Director of e-commerce at La Redoute and Ellos, for the Nordic markets (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland).

Anne-Véronique is a graduate of ESC Compiègne and FH Aachen.

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MICHAEL BOROIAN

Sterling

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MICHAEL BOROIAN
Sterling
Before founding Sterling International in September 2001, Michael Boroian had spent three years working with TMP Worldwide Executive Search as Partner and Practice Leader Europe for the Luxury, Fashion and Distribution sector. He started his career at Francorp, a US management consultancy specializing in distribution and consumer products. Over the course of 11 years, he was a Financial Controller, Senior Consultant, General Manager, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, before moving on to manage the US subsidiary of Hermès as Executive Vice President / Chief Operating Officer. He moved to Paris in 1991, where he worked for four years at Sonia Rykiel as Marketing and Development Director, before becoming manager of Axionis / YDS, a Deloitte Touche subsidiary, where he would stay for three years as a strategy, marketing HR consulting specialist in fashion, distribution and luxury. Known as one of the best Luxury, Fashion & Distribution consultants in the sector, Michael Boroian has delivered key projects for market-leading companies. Specializing in CEO and chairman search and recruitment, he has successfully placed candidates in Europe, the US, Japan and Asia.
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GRÉGORY BOUTTÉ

Kering

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GRÉGORY BOUTTÉ
Kering

Grégory Boutté became Kering’s Chief Client & Digital Officer in December 2017. He is responsible for leading the Group’s digital transformation and driving the development of e-commerce, CRM and data management.

He began his career in fast-moving consumer goods, working in brand management at Procter & Gamble in Paris before moving to the tech sector, joining the French online auction start-up iBazar in 2000, which was acquired by eBay in 2001. He then became General Manager of eBay France, which quickly became one of the most popular e-commerce platforms in France. He went on to manage eBay Europe (excl. UK and Germany) in 2007 before moving to eBay Motors and Electronics divisions in San Jose, California in 2010. In 2013, Grégory Boutté joined Sidecar, the first short-distance, peer-to-peer ride-sharing platform, which was bought by General Motors in 2016. In 2015, Gregory joined Udemy, a start-up that provides 15 million students the opportunity to take online courses.

Grégory Boutté is a graduate of ESCP Europe.

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LILI CHEN

Tmall Luxury Pavilion, Groupe Alibaba

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LILI CHEN
Tmall Luxury Pavilion, Groupe Alibaba

Lili Chen is the general manager of the Tmall Luxury Pavilion (LP), Alibaba’s premier luxury platform connecting international luxury and lifestyle brands to China’s new generation of consumers. LP is an exclusive platform featuring luxury and premium brands such as Burberry, Versace, Moschino, Marni, Tod’s, Giuseppe Zanotti, MCM, Qeelin, La Mer, Yves Saint Laurent Beauty, as well as LVMH-owned Guerlain, Givenchy, TAGHeuer and Zenith.

A business and marketing executive with extensive experience in both Europe and Asia, Chen was previously at the Paris-based strategy consulting firm MAD focusing on the luxury & premium industry. Prior to that, Chen served as the international marketing director for Le Printemps Group in Paris. She began her career with Procter & Gamble in Asia, working in various cities across the continent. She also previously worked for LVMH’s Dior brand in Shanghai.

Chen holds an MBA in International Luxury Brand Management from ESSEC Business School in France and regularly writes for fashion, luxury and lifestyle publications.

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From previous years

“The event gave me the chance to meet some of the most exciting, passionate and emblematic figures in fashion. It’s an incredible opportunity to be able to talk to them. What I learnt at the event perfectly complements my studies, especially as I was able to ask questions as they came to me, about real fashion issues as I see them now.”

Camille

Student at ESMOD, 2017 participant

“The talks were rich and well-moderated, tackling pertinent themes. The speakers were brilliant, the Festival was a very special chance to hear new points of view that gave pause for reflection.”

Jérôme

Marketing director for a luxury brand, 2017 participant

“I loved hearing about the journeys of Emmanuelle Alt and Caroline de Maigret, along with their practical fashion tips. Being able to listen to recognized fashion experts is a rare opportunity.”

Pauline

Influencer, 2016 participant

“The venue was magnificent, we really felt privileged to be able to get so close to a world we love. The designer Jacquemus was very accessible, I didn’t expect to be able to meet him after the talk. And of course, I will never forget listening to Karl Lagerfeld speak, that will always be one of my biggest moments.”

Léa

Vogue Lovers club member and fashion fan, 2017 participant

“I loved hearing about the experts’ visions and the fact that they shared their experiences and spoke about their daily lives with such sincerity. The best thing was being able to ask questions: I got a lot out of hearing from those speakers whose experiences have inspired me.”

Guillaume

Start-up founder, 2016 participant

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Useful information

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Venue

Hôtel Potocki Once again this year, we’ll be waiting for you at Hotel Potocki, near the Champs-Elysées, an exceptional venue with a grand history that makes for the idea home for the prestigious Vogue Fashion Festival.

Schedule

Sessions will be held from 9am to 6:30pm, with masterclasses from 9:30am to 5pm.

The venue will open each morning, half an hour before the first session.

ACCESS

27 avenue de Friedland 75008 Paris

Access:
• Rer A Charles De Gaulle-Etoile
• Métro ligne 1 George V, lignes 2 et 6 Charles De Gaulle-Etoile
• Bus lignes 22, 52
• Parking Etoile Friedland

Prices

Conference sessions
• Half-day conference pass: €250
(€65 for students)
• Day conference pass: €400
(€120 for students)
• Two-day conference pass: €750
(€220 for students)

Please show student ID on the door

 

Masterclasses: €45

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