Don’t Miss The Bus For Teen Vogue’s Fashion University
Teen Vogue is one publication that knows it’s audience and takes every opportunity to connect with it. They’re all about helping out the future of fashion in any way they can, not to mention their editors are super cool! Remember when we hung out with Beauty & Health Director Eva Chen?
For those looking to gain extra insight into this crazy industry or if you’re curious to learn more about what it’s like to work in the fashion world then you may want to enroll in Teen Vogue Fashion University. Don’t worry, this isn’t some cheesy high priced event where all you get out of it is a fancy gift bag. This year it’s all about knowledge as the event will be live-streamed, so no matter where you live fashion is just a click away. Taking place October 22nd, Fashion U students will have access to the full agenda of speakers which includes Michael Kors, Alexander Wang, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez (Proenza Schouler), Peter Som, Jason Wu, and Editor in Chief Amy Astley.
If you can’t make the actual streaming of the event, it’s okay because you’ll have access to the video for sixty days to watch, then re-watch, and ogle your fashion stars.
For more information visit Teen Vogue Fashion University’s official website.
Eva Chen BannisterView Full Profile
Eva Chen joined Teen Vogue magazine in 2003. Chen strives to create beauty content for the Teen Vogue reader that is a creative mix of the practical advice girls need and the aspirational, behind the scenes access that girls crave. In health matters, she seeks to help tee... Read more >>
Amy AstleyView Full Profile
Amy Astley is the editor-in-chief of acclaimed fashion publication, Teen Vogue. In June 2002, she was appointed by Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue, and editorial director of Teen Vogue. In 2003, Teen Vogue was nominated for the General Excellence Award and a... Read more >>
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