Vogue Williams is a presenter, DJ, model and fitness fanatic from Ireland who is as happy in her dancing shoes as she is building her own shelter in Costa Rica.
In 2010 Vogue found fame starring in reality show Fade Street which followed her DJ career and work at Stellar Magazine. She then went on to appear in the Australian version of Dancing with the Stars. Following on from this she appeared on ITV’s Stepping Out, coming second.
A keen DJ, she has worked at some of the biggest festivals in Europe within the last three years, such as Oxygen Festival (Ireland’s Future Music) alongside Steve Aoki and Europe’s biggest private party ‘The Trinity Ball’. She has DJ’d for brands such as Topshop, H&M, Lipsy, Space NK and Littlewoods.
Vogue returned to ITV’s screens in 2015 when she was crowned the winner of Bear Grylls: Mission Survive on ITV1, beating Olympic Gold medalist Dame Kelly Holmes & ex-England rugby world cup winner Mike Tindall. Running every Friday night for six weeks, the series finale reached over 5 million households in the UK.
‘Vogue Does – Wild Girls’ saw Vogue explore female death row inmates and prison sentences in America for RTE. She also had a series of episodes for the channel called “Vogue Williams – On The Edge”. In 2017 the series was aired on Discovery’s and new channel Quest Red ‘Vogue Williams Investigates’.
Vogue presents travel series Getaways on BBC NI and RTE and continues to make documentaries for RTE, the most recent series airing on W in the UK. Throughout 2018 she has worked on BBC’s Children in Need, collaborated with iCandy, Curranz and Puma and has DJ’ed for clients such as Evening Standard.
2019 will see her appear, alongside her husband, Spencer Matthews, in their new E4 Show “Spencer, Vogue and Baby Too.”
Vogue has two degrees, one in Construction Design and Management and another in Quantitative Surveying.