The BBC will air a special two-part British Vogue TV series next year in celebration of the iconic magazine's 100th anniversary. British Vogue editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman said: "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." 

Produced by Lightbox (the folks behind many award-winning documentaries such as Man on Wire), the documentary series will air on BBC Two and will screen over "two hour-long episodes, will be directed by Richard Macer, executive produced by Katie Buchanan and has been commissioned by Maxine Watson, the BBC’s acting head of documentary commissioning" according to Variety magazine. 

Related story – read Buro 24/7 Middle East's interview with Alexandra Schulman here