John Lewis and British Vogue, the undisputed fashion bible in Britain, are teaming up to give Liverpudlians a chance to receive first hand style recommendations and hear about the new autumn winter season trends from the iconic title’s Retail Editor, Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey. The exclusive Stories of Style event is part of the John Lewis national treasures campaign, a summer long celebration of life, design and culture.
Curating a ‘Vogue Recommends’ selection across John Lewis womenswear and beauty, Ginnie will host the event talking through her selected pieces and how to choose and carry wardrobe staples through the seasons.
Ginnie started her career at British Vogue 12 years ago and as Retail Editor edits the monthly Vogue Checklist in the magazine. She is also responsible for the Vogue Trend Report, curated for and presented to the industry insiders, and her personal mantra is about buying wardrobe wonders for real life, with the odd hit of magic.
Ginnie’s Stories of Style evening will take place at John Lewis Liverpool on Thursday August 10th from 6.30pm.
The Stories of Style session costs £15 per guest, redeemable against purchase, with limited tickets available. To purchase tickets for the first Stories of Style session with Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey visit: www.seetickets.com/tour/vogue-stories-of-style.
For those unable to attend an in store session, the curated ‘Vogue Recommends’ looks from the Stories of Style can be explored by booking a personal styling appointment across John Lewis shops.
Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey, British Vogue Retail Editor, comments: “Even though we sell a dream at Vogue, there is absolutely an art to buying sensibly. I’m looking forward to sharing upcoming trends, and tips on must have buys for next season, with John Lewis Liverpool customers.”
Christine Kasoulis, Fashion Buying Director, adds: “At John Lewis we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of accessible fashion and Stories of Style will offer our customers the unique opportunity to see first-hand how some of the most influential people in fashion style the looks we all covet. We are excited to be working closely with Vogue on this exclusive experience for our Liverpool customers.”
John Lewis’s national treasures campaign is the biggest and most interactive programme of activity launched by John Lewis to date; with shops across the country becoming destinations for discovery allowing customers to see, learn, experience, make and dine through a carefully curated a programme of over 1,500 events and experiences.