March 5, 2024

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40 “special women” star together on the cover of British Vogue

40 “special women” star together on the cover of British Vogue

Edward Enninful

In 2017, Briton Edward Enninful, 51, became the first black, male editor-in-chief of British Vogue. He has worked at the publishing house behind Vogue for more than 25 years, and is also tipped to be a successor to Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of American Vogue.

During his time as editor-in-chief, he wanted to make Vogue a more inclusive magazine. He did this, among other things, by featuring people with disabilities on the cover. For example, actress Selma Blair, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, and Ellie Goldstein, a model who has Down syndrome, were on the cover.

He also focused on diversity by making Laverne Cox the first trans person on the cover. Actress Judi Dench, at 85, was the oldest star to appear on the cover of British Vogue before him. He also took an interest in first responders and put some of them on the cover during the Covid pandemic.

Enninful announced last year that he would step down and continue working for Vogue to grow the brand globally. He will remain a consultant for British Vogue. British journalist Chioma Nnadi will take up his position as the first black woman.

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