edward_enninful “Before the pandemic, my job was not really that big a deal, but now it’s like we’re important. It’s nice,” says Anisa Omar (@anxsaaaa), a 21-year-old supermarket assistant working in London’s King’s Cross. For the July 2020 issue of @BritishVogue, photographer @Jamie.Hawkesworth captured a series of powerful portraits of the people who have shown resilience in the face of crisis. Discover the full portfolio – and the moving shared experience that united those from so many walks of life, interviewed by British Vogue’s Features Editor @OEMarks – in the new issue, on newsstands and available for digital download Friday 5 June.
edward_enninful If you had told me at the beginning of the year that @BritishVogue’s July cover stars would feature a community midwife, a train driver and supermarket worker, I might not have believed you. But, as our nation perseveres against Covid-19, we find ourselves leaning not on the powers that be, but on ordinary people and their extraordinary strength and kindness. For the July 2020 issue, over 10 days, photographer @Jamie.Hawkesworth carefully crossed the capital to capture the faces of those whose bravery has helped so many. Meet Rachel Millar (@rachelmillar), a community midwife in east London, and a host of other inspiring workers in the new issue, on newsstands and available for digital download Friday 5 June.
edward_enninful I’m incredibly grateful and proud to present the first of three covers for the July 2020 issue of @BritishVogue, photographed by @Jamie.Hawkesworth. Featuring female front-line workers – including Narguis Horsford, a train driver on the London Overground – these are the people chosen to represent the millions of others who, at the height of the pandemic, put on their uniforms and work clothes and went to help people. See the full portfolio of the faces we are celebrating in the new issue, on newsstands and available for digital download Friday 5 June.
edward_enninful These past few days I’ve gone between rage and sadness and fear. What these racist acts we’ve been confronted with reveal, among many other things, is that we have a lot more work to do. Anybody who thinks we’re there, that we have created a society where everyone is equal – well, they’re wrong. Racism is a global issue. Racism is a British issue. It is not one that is merely confined to the United States – it is everywhere, and it is systemic. Click the link in bio for my essay on @BritishVogue detailing why an anti-racist agenda is the only way forward. #AntiRacism
Photographed by @MisanHarriman.
edward_enninful Racism is a global issue and racial justice is a global goal. As protests around the world call time on inequality in the wake of the death of 46-year-old African-American George Floyd, who died in custody after an officer from the Minneapolis Police Department stood on his neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds, there can be no better time to educate ourselves on the topic of systemic racism. We are part of a collective responsibility not just to stamp out racism, but to be resolutely anti-racist. #AntiRacism ❤️
edward_enninful In the midst of uncertainty, we’ve discovered new ways to enjoy the power of fashion. The joy of dressing up - physically, or in our imaginations - offers pure escapism. I'm always energised by an uplifting floral, or the divine reliability of the little back dress: faithful, beautiful and anything but basic when tweaked for now. In the June 2020 issue of @BritishVogue Paolo Roversi takes you into a world of enchanting eccentricity, courtesy of the season’s most mystical looks. See the full story in the new issue, on newsstands and available for FREE digital download now. LINK IN BIO.
@Tess_McMillan photographed by Paolo @Roversi and styled by @PoppyKain
edward_enninful I’m so pleased to join actor @RussellTovey and gallerist @RobertDiament on this week’s @TalkArt podcast to talk about all things art and how it has the power to connect us in such fantastic ways – especially as we all adjust to lockdown.
edward_enninful “When I see injustices happening, it’s hard to turn a blind eye. I refuse to stay silent, these are things that I genuinely believe in.” What I love about @BadGalRiri is that it’s always new territory, which is thrilling – not to mention a huge feat. In the May 2020 issue of @BritishVogue, the star and business woman spends time with @AfuaHirsch to discuss everything from her Bajan roots and music to her Instagram-breaking beauty and fashion enterprises. See the full story and interview by @AfuaHirsch in the new issue, on newsstands and available for free digital download Friday 3 April.
#Rihanna wears all @RafSimons. Photographed by @StevenKleinStudio and styled by moi, with hair by @YusefHairNYC and @NaphiisBeautifulHair, make-up by @IsamayaFfrench using @FentyBeauty and nails by @RedHotNails. With thanks to @JillDemling
edward_enninful Delighted to reveal the March issue cover star, my sister and @BritishVogue contributing editor @Naomi, who makes her cover debut for me as editor-in-chief. Photographed by Steven Meisel and styled by moi, with hair by @GuidoPalau and make-up by @PatMcGrathReal Creative Direction by @Duzansky. Naomi wears a @Burberry dress and diamond earrings by @DeBeersOfficial. Pick up an issue from this Friday February 1 ❤️
edward_enninful The May 2020 issue of @BritishVogue was created prior to the pandemic which has subsequently brought the world almost to a halt. But, as the Editor-in-Chief of a magazine that prides itself on entertaining, delighting and distracting even under the most difficult of circumstances, I am thrilled to announce the inimitable @BadGalRiri as our May 2020 cover star. Rihanna is a woman I am lucky enough to count among my closest creative collaborators. And did I ever imagine that I would see a durag on the cover of Vogue? No, reader, I did not. Although this potent symbol of black life – of self-preservation, resistance and authenticity – has an important place in popular culture, it is rarely viewed through the prism of high fashion. Yet, here we have the most fabulous, aspirational and beautiful durag, worn by a woman who is breaking every boundary she comes up against. How exciting. See the full story and interview by @AfuaHirsch in the new issue, on newsstands and available for free digital download Friday 3 April.
#Rihanna wears all @Burberry by @RiccardoTisci17 and a @StephenJonesMillinery durag. Photographed by @StevenKleinStudio and styled by moi, with hair by @YusefHairNYC and @NaphiisBeautifulHair, make-up by @IsamayaFfrench using @FentyBeauty and nails by @RedHotNails. With thanks to @JillDemling.
edward_enninful It brings me great joy to share with you the second of @BritishVogue's December covers: the talented and beautiful musician @LizzoBeeating. This month marks the two year anniversary since my first issue of British Vogue, so it is very special to me. Seeing such a positive force for good on our cover in all her glory makes me realise how far we have come. I'm so pleased that inclusivity remains at the core of British Vogue and that, in the time since I began here, the fashion and publishing industries have started to embrace a much more exciting and diverse idea of who can be a cover star now. Seeing someone as amazing as Lizzo on a magazine cover has at last begun to feel normal. How incredible is that?
#Lizzo wears a @Versace dress, @AdrienneLandau feather boa, @Chopard earrings, @Wempe and @VerduraJewelry rings and @TiffanyAndCo bracelet. Photographed by @Kloss_Films, styled by @DenaGia, DoP @GaryBardizbanian, with hair by @YusefHairNYC, make-up by @ReneeGarnes and nails by @NailsByMarySoul ❤️ set by @themaltman
edward_enninful Rihanna stars on the second of two exclusive covers for the May 2020 issue. Over red wine at twilight in Roc Nation’s Hollywood office, @BadGalRiri gives @BritishVogue a captivating insight into her back-to-back schedule – from coffee shots with her @Fenty team to the three things Rih does not have time for. Read the full interview with @AfuaHirsch at the link in bio now
#Rihanna wears a jacket by @MaisonMargiela Artisanal by @JGalliano, a @SavageXFenty lace body, a @StephenJonesMillinery durag and @ChromeHeartsOfficial jewellery. Photographed by @StevenKleinStudio and styled by moi, with hair by @YusefHairNYC and @NaphiisBeautifulHair, make-up by @IsamayaFfrench using @FentyBeauty and nails by @RedHotNails. With thanks to @JillDemling.
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edward_enninful Ru and I walked passed Vogue House on our 1 hour walk today. I am missing all of the @BritishVogue team dearly, but hope to be reunited soon. In the meantime we’re planning all future issues together over video calls - I can’t wait to show you what we’ve been working on ❤️
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