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Don’t miss: Former British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman sits down with Lizzie Gore-Grimes in an Irish exclusive


by Eva Hall
07th Jun 2020

Watch IMAGE editor-in-chief Lizzie Gore-Grimes interview Alexandra Shulman about her newly released book Clothes… and other things that matter, from the comfort of your own home. Read on to find out how to register for this Irish exclusive. 


She was at the helm of Britain’s most influential fashion title for 25 years – the longest editorial reign British Vogue has ever had – and now she’s sitting down with IMAGE to reveal what those 25 years meant to her.

Alexandra Shulman, whose memoir Clothes… and other things that matter was published this year, joins IMAGE editor-in-chief Lizzie Gore-Grimes in a virtual Irish exclusive interview.

Register here before June 18

Alexandra will spill on what it’s like to hold one of the most influential jobs in the world, the pressure to look the part, Covid dressing and the future of fashion.

In an intimate interview not to be missed, Alexandra speaks about the important lessons learnt along the way as she battled stereotypes, dressed for herself and implemented her vision for the magazine.

In this Irish exclusive interview she opens up about family – finding that elusive balance between motherhood and career – ambition and how she defines success.

To tune in from the comfort of your own home, all you have to do is register here, for free. IMAGE will provide you with a link to access this exclusive interview just before 8pm on June 18.


Clothes… and other things that matter is available to buy on Dubray now.

For more on IMAGE’s virtual events, click here.

Don’t miss The Reading Room, a virtual panel discussion with Sinead Gleeson, Liz Nugent, Naoise Dolan and Patrick Freyne, on June 11, in partnership with An Post. Register here

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