British Vogue is celebrating its centenary year in style as they join hands with London’s iconic Claridge’s with an exclusive package entitled, Vogue100 With Claridge’s. The package will offer guests a one-night stay and breakfast for two, two tickets to see the National Portrait Gallery’s Vogue100: A Century of Style exhibition, a copy of the exhibition catalogue signed by the curator and British Vogue contributing editor Robin Muir, two manicures at the Claridge’s Health Club & Spa and champagne upon arrival at the hotel, all for a price of £650 inclusive.
The new package is just one of the happenings celebrating the publication’s centenary. The magazine also plans to commissioned a special group of fashion houses to create bespoke, limited-edition merchandise that will combine their design signatures with the Vogue logo, a Vogue festival will take place on May 21 and 22 in a specially built Vogue hub on the East Albert Lawn in Kensington Gardens with a special gala dinner, June Vogue will be the official anniversary issue and there are also plans for a BBC2 documentary to celebrate the occasion, expected to air in September 2016.
Claridge’s various associations with fashion and fashion designers is not new as the hotel is known to collaborate with brands like Burberry, Lanvin, John Galliano and Dolce & Gabbana to design its annual Christmas tree and with Diane von Furstenberg to design a collection of suites. The hotel was also host to artist-in-residence David Downton, who worked from the hotel’s world-famous Fumoir Bar.
To make a reservation, visit the hotel’s website, Claridges.co.uk or contact the reservations team directly via [email protected]
[ Via : Vogue ]