Louis Vuitton has revealed it will host an exhibition of Tom Craig and Bay Garnett's most iconic images in association with the Vogue Festival.
Louis Vuitton is hosting an exhibition of Vogue photography.
The fashion house - spearheaded by creative director Marc Jacobs - will stage a special display of Tom Craig and Bay Garnett's most iconic images at the label's Bond Street store private apartment next month, in association with the Vogue Festival.
The exhibition, called All Four Corners, showcases photographs of a mixture of actresses and models, including the likes of Rachel Weisz and Stella Tennant.
Photographer Tom will also be holding guided tours on Friday April 26.
Meanwhile, JW Anderson, Mary Katrantzou, Erdem Moralioglu and Jonathan Saunders have signed on to be speakers at the Vogue Festival.
The illustrious panel - who diverse career paths have seen them dress royals as well as create successful high street collaborations - will offer an insight into what it takes to become a top fashion designer and share their career highlights.
The likes of Victoria Beckham, Alexa Chung, Michael Kors, Donatella Versace and Christopher Kane have all signed on to appear at the star-studded event, which takes place on April 27 and 28 at London's Southbank Centre.
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