Angelica Cheung & Julie Montagu | June 2018 | Kruger Cowne Breakfast Club
June’s Breakfast Club will feature Angelica Cheung, Editor In Chief of Vogue China, Fashion Guru & Futurist and Julie Montagu, Holistic Health Icon & One of Britain’s Most Inspiring Women.
Angelica Cheung, the founding Editor-in-Chief of Vogue China, presided over the prestigious magazine’s launch 11 years ago and has seen it become the most influential fashion publication in the country. Vogue China’s phenomenal influence and industry clout has gained her respect and admiration throughout the global luxury industry. Cheung is regularly called upon to share her insightful thoughts on China’s luxury market and to tell the story of how Vogue China became one of the world’s most admired magazine start-ups. Under Cheung’s stewardship, Vogue China has championed Chinese models and designers, as well as featuring covers with internationally renowned names, such as Kate Moss, Victoria Beckham and Kendall Jenner. Cheung is an eloquent, engaging and dynamic public speaker who has a unique perspective on the Chinese luxury industry and the broader issues of establishing – and maintaining – a brand presence in the world’s fastest-growing economy. She is available to speak across trends, international business, women in business, reaching a millennial Chinese audience and territorial differences.
Julie Montagu, The Flexi Foodie, is one of London’s top yoga and nutrition teachers and recently named Top 10 Holistic Health Icons in the world and one of Britain’s most inspiring women. As Cosmopolitan said: ‘Among London’s taut-buttocked set, the name Julie Montagu is talked about with the sort of reverence reserved for the Dalai Lama. (Her Sunday class in SW3 gets so packed that she often teaches standing on a radiator. True Story.)’ Julie is the brains behind her new membership wellness site (www.truly-julie.com), and author of 3 International best-selling books: Superfoods, Eat Real Food and Superfoods, Superfast. She has her own column called ‘Small moments of Self-Care’ in the hugely popular Grazia magazine and is a regular contributor for Mind Body Green and Hello! Magazine. Married with four children, Julie divides her time between London and the family estate at Mapperton.