The Vogue UK has long been considered as being undiversified (not to use the word boring). The new editor Edward Enninful is promising some big issues – and his first cover is delivering a complete, less-is-more change of tide in the form of a vintage-inspired portrait of the model Adwoa Aboah and a list of people featured inside. No statements, no slogans, no hashtags, just a face and the names. Could this finally mean that the content is finally winning over the ads?
Read a full insight by Jess Cartner-Morley at THEGUARDIAN.
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