Ever wanted to step inside the pages of Vogue magazine? We can’t quite make that happen, but we can tell you how to experience the pages right up close, as well as getting an insider view on how the images are captured. Photographer Tom Craig and stylist Bay Garnett, partners in real life, have worked together creating fashion stories for Vogue in places as diverse as Sweden, Cuba and Texas, with models including Lily Donaldson and Stella Tennant, and movie stars such as Rachel Weisz. At the end of this month their work will be on display at the Louis Vuitton shop on Bond Street as part of the Vogue Festival (which you can read more about, here). We love Craig’s washed out, seemingly caught-in-the-moment images, and Garnett first made her name as a stylist for her work using vintage clothing, so their fashion stories look more like stills from a movie or road trip, than traditional fashion photographs. But you can hear how it all happens from Craig, who is giving two guided tours of the exhibition at 10.30 and 11.30am on April 26th. The tours will be for a maximum of 20 people and tickets are given on a first come, first served basis, so send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want your name on the list. The exhibition is in the private apartment in the Louis Vuitton shop, so it’s the only way you can see them, or indeed get inside the apartment. It’s insider-access all round, this one.