Cancel your plans, fashion fans, for Thursday night will be one in front of the TV.
In its centenary year, the BBC has been allowed behind the doors of British Vogue's head office for the first time.
The documentary, made by Richard Macer, had unprecedented access to the fashion bible, the stars that grace its cover, the designers, the writers and of course editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman.
Absolutely Fashion: Inside British Vogue goes through nine months of work following how the magazine is put together from covering the catwalk shows to the cover photo shoots.
The two-part documentary gets up close to some of fashion’s most iconic modern figures from Mario Testino to Kate Moss.
However, filmmaker Macer soon discovers that neither photographers nor models are particularly comfortable with his camera nosing around the magazine's inner workings.
As much as the documentary is a celebration of British Vogue as it celebrates its 100th anniversary, it also looks into the future of the print edition of the magazine, what changes does the new online world bring and, with the minute-by-minute updates on social media, can the bible keep up?
Absolutely Fashion: Inside British Vogue will be on BBC2 at 9pm.