The Soho Hotel - 4th Jun: Fashion & Cinema: The 60s Fashion Revolution

Fashion & Cinema: The 60s Fashion Revolution 

  • The Soho Hotel
  • Sunday, 4th June at 4.15pm
  • All tickets include a glass of wine or soft drink on arrival
  • £35 / £70 per person including a three course dinner at Refuel Restaurant 


Join us for a very special Fashion & Cinema event celebrating the legacy of London’s swinging 60s.

Hosted by Fashion & Cinema founder, Joana Granero Sánchez in conversation with fashion historian and V&A Curator, Stephanie Wood and fashion PR guru, Julian Vogel the talk and screening will focus on the designers and stylists that defined the decade, from Mary Quant – famous for popularising the mini skirt, to Ken Scott and Vidal Sassoon.

The conversation will be followed by a screening of Two for the Road (1967), featuring Audrey Hepburn wearing an array of fabulous 60's designs from the likes of Paco Rabanne, Mary Quant and Ken Scott.

Stephanie Wood is a fashion historian and curator for the V&A Museum, with key shows including Mary Quant (2019), Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion (2017), as well as the upcoming Gabrielle Chanel: Fashion Manifesto exhibition, due to open in September 2023.


Julian Vogel has had a long career in fashion and is CEO of Modus BPCM, a communications agency based in London. He was associate producer on Vidal Sassoon The Movie (2010).


Joana founded Fashion & Cinema in 2012, fascinated by the then under-explored relationship between fashion, cinema and costume design. Born in Tarragona, she graduated in Law from the University of Barcelona, obtaining a Msc in Political and Social Theory from Birkbeck College. After working in publishing in London, Joana focused on the ideation and production of film and cultural events, creating in 2005 the London Spanish Film Festival. In 2008 the Ambassador of Spain in London awarded her with the civil merit medal (Orden de Isabel la Católica) in recognition of her work with Spanish cinema in London. With some twenty years of experience in the sector, she also works as an independent curator, producer and lecturer.

Launched in 2012, Fashion & Cinema is a series of events created and produced by Tristana Media including film screenings, on-stage conversations and talks exploring the relationship between fashion and cinema as well as the work of costume designers.