Kicking off the schedule on Friday is our fashion insider Samantha Cameron, former Downing Street resident and founder of clothing label Cefinn, chatting with our award-winning head of fashion Lisa Armstrong about what the future holds for the industry. And for those of us struggling with the sudden onslaught of Zoom meetings mixed with daily family dramas, the One Show presenter Alex Jones will be giving her advice on juggling work and mothering. Next up, Stella shopping editor Krissy Turner will be in conversation with inspiring beauty writer and columnist Ateh Jewel about diversity in fashion and beauty – and what needs to change. The original social-media superstar-turned-actor Tanya Burr schools us on how to nail that career switch-up, while top make-up artist Ruby Hammer will be hosting a masterclass live.
The action continues into Saturday, when beauty guru Trinny Woodall teaches you how to master the all-important five-minute face, and solves your beauty conundrums. Plus, five lucky Stella readers will get the chance to join her live workshop too. That’s followed by our very own columnist and mental-health campaigner Bryony Gordon, who’ll be chatting to Strictly’s incredible Shirley Ballas and offering advice on keeping your anxiety in check during lockdown. If you’re missing your hairdresser, coiffeur to the stars George Northwood will be revealing his tricks to DIY colour and style, before blogger and author Candice Brathwaite talks fashion and motherhood .
Phew! Sounds good, right? So how can you attend? Well, the entire two-day festival is completely free for Telegraph subscribers and just £10 for anyone who hasn’t yet signed up. (Or, of course, you could simply start your free 30-day subscription trial at telegraph.co.uk/stella30.) All you need do is go to here to book your tickets*.
And to say an extra-special thanks to our lovely subscribers, you’ll receive a virtual goodie bag with discount codes and offers for amazing brands, including Dermalogica, Murad, Hopeful, Beija London and Really Wild.
Sessions are booking up fast, so register early to avoid disappointment. Can’t see it live? You’ll also get a chance to view the recorded sessions on the Telegraph Live YouTube channel on Monday 29 June. See you online!