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Everything You Need to Know About Vogue World: Paris

Vogue World: London was a hard event to top—the Supers! Annie Lennox! A pregnant Sienna Miller in baby-bump-revealing Schiaparelli!—but prepare yourself, because this year’s edition is taking place in arguably the most iconic fashion city in the world: Paris.

Find everything you need to know about Vogue World: Paris below, including where the event will take place, which fashion and arts luminaries will be working behind the scenes, how sports will be braided in, and—most—importantly how you can watch.

When is Vogue World: Paris?

Vogue World: Paris will take place on Sunday, June 23, 2024.

Where will Vogue World: Paris be held?

The famed Place Vendôme—a fashionista-favorite square of Paris that has served as everything from a global hub for fine jewelry to the inspiration for a Catherine Deneuve film—will host Vogue World this June.

How can I buy tickets for Vogue World: Paris?

A limited number of second- and third-row seats are available for purchase here. For information about front-row tickets, email [email protected].

If I can’t make it to France, how can I watch Vogue World: Paris from home?

The goings-on in Paris can be watched on Vogue’s exclusive livestream from 3 p.m. EST / 9 p.m. CET.

Who’s helping to bring Vogue World: Paris to life?

Carine Roitfeld, Ib Kamara, Juan Costa Paz, and Palais Galliera curator Alexandre Samson will be helming this year’s fashion events at Vogue World: Paris, with Dame Pat McGrath returning to lead makeup design and world-renowned dancer (and Rihanna Super Bowl halftime show choreographer!) Parris Goebel overseeing artistic direction and choreography. The globally broadcast livestream will be directed for the third time by Sam Wrench, who is perhaps best known for his work on Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour film.

What about the event has been announced?

This year’s edition of Vogue World has been conceived in collaboration with youth athletic academies from throughout France, pairing different sports—cycling, gymnastics, tennis, fencing, and breaking, among others—with a decade in French fashion, going back to the 1920s.

The show’s fashions will foreground French designers both contemporary and historic, as well as houses that traditionally show their collections in Paris. There are also rumored to be numerous surprise live performances in the works—but those won’t be revealed until the day of.

How will Vogue World: Paris differ from previous versions of the event?

“If Vogue World: New York was a street fair, and Vogue World: London was a glamorous night at the theater—supporting arts and cultural organizations in London—Paris will be a kind of opening ceremony; one that celebrates 100 years of fashion and sport, as well as this extraordinary city,” said Vogue Global Editorial Director and Condé Nast Chief Content Officer Anna Wintour at a press conference in February. She was joined at the Place Vendôme’s famous Ritz Paris by designers Simon Porte Jacquemus, Olivier Rousteing, Marine Serre, and Pharrell Williams, as well as by Executive President of the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode Bruno Pavlovsky and a number of French athletes, including fencer Enzo Lefort.

Which local organizations is Vogue World: Paris working with?

A portion of the net proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the humanitarian organization Secours Populaire, which help facilitates access to essential equipment for young, aspiring athletes across France.

What should I do while I wait for Vogue World: Paris to arrive?

How about revisiting the fun from Vogue World: London? The full thing is viewable here—and if you’re craving even more Vogue World content, a recap of the Manhattan extravaganza that was Vogue World: New York is here.

Directed by: Bardia Zeinali
Produced by: North Six
Director of Photography: Marcell Rév
Stylist: Vanessa Reid
Edit + Post: Modern Post, Will Town, Danielle Schneiderman, Francisca Wistuba, Morgan Escobar, Rachel Howard 
Color: Company 3, Nick Metcalf 
Post Production Supervision: Savannah Hardman
Production Design: Danny Hyland
Hair: Mustafa Yanaz
Makeup: Hiromi Ueda 
Nails: Hanaé Goumri
Movement Director: Eric Christison
Filmed At: Racing Club de France
Archival Producer: Maggie Jay Mellor 
Music Supervision: Jessica Gramuglia
Music By: Édith Piaf
Sound: Concret Form
Sound Design + Mix: Raphaël Ajuelos
Sound Editor: Inès Adam
Voiceover: Olivier Rousteing
Visual Effects: Zee Stoitchkov & Mikey Smith at Microdot
Model Casting: Ignacio Murillo
Talent Casting: Winta Ghebre
Athlete Casting: Ikki Casting
Model: Gigi Hadid
Talent: Olivier Rousteing, Simon Porte Jacquemus, Jacquemus, Isabelle Huppert 
Breakdancers: Sebi Jaeger, Sanam

Vogue World: Paris will pair select sports—cycling, gymnastics, tennis, taekwondo, fencing, and break dancing, among others-with French fashion from every decade since 1924. The show will showcase French designers, current and past, as well as houses that historically present their collections in Paris.

For front row tickets, email [email protected]

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