As the new fashion season commences, Vogue Festival will take over the heart of the city from the 17th of October until the 19th of October.
During this three-day program, a plethora of events celebrating Australian fashion, lifestyle, beauty, skincare and more will appear in the city streets of Adelaide. Rundle Mall and Rundle Street will be littered with little pop-ups and fashion events.
On the 17th of October award-winning restaurant, Sean’s Kitchen will host the annual Vogue Festival Lunch, and in the evening, hold the the inaugural GQ Supper Club hosted by GQ Australia editor, Mike Christensen.
On the 18th and 19th of October, The ‘Voices of Vogue Festival’ panel will be held with industry experts, such as Vogue Australia’s editor-in-chief, Edwina McCann, and GQ Australia editor, Mike Christensen.
General Manager of the Rundle Mall Management Authority, Johanna Williams says, “This exciting, new public event is a fantastic opportunity to hear directly from industry leaders, beauty moguls and Australian fashion designers themselves. They will be discussing a range of topics within the fashion world that you will not want to miss.”
Tickets for Voices of Vogue Festival, Vogue Kitchen Lunch and GQ Supper Club have been on sale since the 30tth of August.
For ticketing details, visit www.rundlemall.com/vogue.
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