Adwoa Aboah Covers Edward Enninful’s Very First Issue of British ‘Vogue’
There are myriad changes sweeping the fashion media landscape right now, not least of which are the top editors announcing their departures from the magazines they’ve led for decades. For publications bringing in new editorial talent (including Vanity Fair, Glamour and Elle), these exits and eventual appointments signify a new era for the respective titles and the environment in which they play a part. But no publication has drummed up more excitement than British Vogue, which, in April, announced that Edward Enninful was set to replace longtime Editor-in-Chief Alexandra Shulman, effective in August.
The buzz surrounding Enninful’s first issue — December 2017 — has been constant, thanks in part to a series of high-profile hires ranging from Pat McGrath as beauty editor-at-large to Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss as contributing editors. Enninful, a beloved industry figure in the U.K. and beyond, has also been quite vocal about his plans to spotlight racial, age, gender and body diversity, the likes of which fashion is certainly known to lack. That, plus Enninful’s hefty rolodex of buzzy models, editors and miscellaneous industry friends has made his forthcoming debut the talk of the town.
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