Fashion icons gather for Edward Enninful’s latest British Vogue cover

  • By Ian Young
  • Arts and entertainment reporter

Image source, Ned Rogers/Vogue


Supermodels Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, Jourdan Dunn, Karlie Kloss and Irina Shayk were among the fashion icons in attendance.

Original supermodels Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista are among the 40 stars on British Vogue’s latest cover.

Oprah Winfrey, Victoria Beckham, Dua Lipa and Miley Cyrus also participate in the “farewell filming” of outgoing editor Edward Enninful’s final issue.

Enninful said no one person could “summarize the last few years for the magazine.”

He selected women who he believed had “gone beyond fashion and culture to change the fabric of society in the 2020s, in ways small and large and always positive.”

Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, Gemma Chan, Jodie Comer, Maya Jama and Rina Sawayama are among the British stars who will appear on the diverse line-up.

The list of superstars also includes Serena Williams, Iman, Selma Blair and Anya Taylor-Joy.

Image source, Steven Meisel/Vogue

The star-studded cast came from all over the world and gathered in December in a New York studio in what British Vogue described as a logistical and scheduling feat.

“Mother and daughter, Kaia Gerber and Cindy Crawford shared the car,” Enninful wrote in the magazine.

“The same goes for Salma Hayek Pinault and Linda Evangelista, since Salma stayed at Linda’s house the night before.

“Dua Lipa and Miley Cyrus snuck into their pop star agendas.

“And everyone made sure everything went smoothly so Gigi Hadid could get home on time to her little one.”


Edward Enninful became editor-in-chief of British Vogue in 2016 and is the first black man to hold the position.

Enninful, 51, steps down as editor-in-chief after seven years of breaking boundaries at the top fashion magazine.

He will remain as editorial advisor for the title, but will move into a newly created position aimed at growing the brand globally.

His successor is British journalist Chioma Nnadi, who takes on the role of head of editorial content, rather than editor-in-chief. She is the first black woman to run the magazine.

The March issue of British Vogue will be available via digital download and on newsstands from Tuesday 13 February.

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