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BBC documentary to showcase Vogue as it turns 100

A documentary that looks behind the scenes at British Vogue will be broadcast on BBC 2 in 2016 to celebrate the publication’s centenary year.

The two-part series will follow the editors at international fashion weeks, as well as in the office to showcase the processes that go into making each issue.

“We have never previously agreed to allow the cameras into the magazine but 100 years seems a fitting time to demonstrate what a powerful and exciting force Vogue is,” said editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman.

“This is a fantastic and unprecedented opportunity to get to the heart of the UK’s fashion industry and look at its impact globally,” said Simon Chinn, co-founder of Lightbox, which is producing the series.

“There will be big characters, compelling storylines and plenty of glamour, but we also want to explore some important questions about the role fashion plays today in Britain and the world beyond.”


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