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How to Watch the Vogue World: London Livestream


At 8:00 pm BST on September 14, Vogue is bringing its very own fashion fantasia to the West End with Vogue World: London — and everyone can tune in to watch the pages of the magazine come dramatically to life at Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Masterminded by BAFTA- and Olivier-winning director Stephen Daldry, show director Emily Burns, and creative producer Fran Miller alongside the Vogue team, the evening of Vogue World: London, which follows New York’s turn, will run the gamut of the performing arts – opera and ballet and theatre, oh my – with turns from a galaxy of stars ranging from Kate Moss to Sophie Okonedo, Ian McKellen to Stormzy.

Held at the beginning of London Fashion Week, not only will the event be a celebration of the ever-evolving, gloriously diverse arts scene in London but also a tribute to the capital’s fashion prowess. Contributing looks for the performers and guests? 16Arlington, Ahluwalia, Burberry, Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY, Erdem, Maison Margiela, and SS Daley, among dozens of other design luminaries.

Tickets are on sale now, with 100 percent of net ticket proceeds going to support performing arts organizations, including the National Theatre, the Royal Opera House, South Bank Sinfonia, and the Rambert Dance Company, but for those not able to make it on the night, Vogue World: London will be livestreamed around the world. Head to to watch the main performance from 8:00 pm BST, with the pre-show beginning at 7:45 pm BST, then shop all of the looks from the night after the final bow.

Vogue World: London is presented by Genesis, eBay, and Coach and supported by Moncler and Don Julio 1942. Contributing support is provided by Estée Lauder. All net ticket proceeds will benefit performing arts organizations across London. Purchase your Vogue World: London tickets here now.

This post first appeared in British Vogue. It has been lightly edited.

Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.