This October, Vogue Australia is partnering with Rundle Mall, the City of Adelaide and the South Australian Tourism Commission to bring you the biggest and best iteration of the Vogue Festival yet. Yes, you read that correctly, Vogue Festival is returning to Adelaide and it’s slated to be bigger and better than ever before.
With so much fashion, fun and food on offer, the festival has had to add an extra day to fit it all in, meaning it’s set to run for three days instead of just two. To prepare for this exciting event, which will be taking over Rundle Mall, Rundle Street and the East End from Thursday, October 17 to Sunday, October 19, be sure to secure your tickets today.
Following the success of last year’s event, Vogue Festival is returning to the capital city with a series of fashion parades, live music, unique pop-ups, street parties, and a new partner. This year, the extravaganza is proud to welcome GQ Australia to the celebration.
Head online to lock in your seat at the GQ Supper Club with GQ Australia editor Mike Christensen at Sean’s Kitchen, which will feature a three-course meal and wine by Seppeltsfield Barossa.
Following Thursday’s festivities, be sure to stick around for the official launch of the event at the Mall’s Balls on Friday, October 18 at 12pm with Vogue Australia’s editor-in-chief, before making the most of all the exclusive promotions, interactive activations and must-have discounts on offer in stores on Rundle Street and in the East End.
As the festival’s supporting partner, David Jones is giving attendees the chance to shop like they’ve never shopped before with two days of styling sessions, beauty treatments, pop-up bars and DJ sets on offer, together with countless promotions we can guarantee you won’t want to miss. On top of that, the likes of Messina and Spendless Shoes will be joining in on all of the fun.
Tickets to Voices of Vogue Festival are also now available for purchase, and we can bet you’re going to want to secure yours today to tune into a series of fashion-focussed panels with the Vogue team and the likes of The Australian’s fashion editor Glynis Traill-Nash, social media influencer Rozalia Russian, celebrity stylist and GQ contributor Elliot Garnaut, and Acler co-founder, Kathryn Forth.
For more information, a comprehensive summary of all Vogue Festival has to offer, and ticket purchases, head online to Rundle Mall, here.