Who better to tell the inside story of British Vogue in its centenary year than its longest serving editor, Alexandra Shulman? Uniquely placed to give an insight into the fascinating world of fashion and a British institution, Shulman has also given a rich, personal, and sharply observed account of being a businesswoman, entrepreneur, cultural figurehead and mother, in twenty-first century Britain.
Alexandra Shulman has edited British Vogue since 1992. She is a contributor to The Times, Daily Mail, Guardian and Daily Telegraph and lives in London. She is the author of two novels, also published by Fig Tree/Penguin, The Parrots and Can We Still Be Friends.
In conversation with Festival Patron Rowan Pelling, Journalist and Editor, The Amorist