A New Era of British Vogue: Enninful’s first issue is unveiled

In April of 2017, it was announced that esteemed figure of fashion journalism, Edward Enninful, would take over as editor-in-chief of British Vogue, a title that Alexandra Shulman had helmed for 25 years. However, this isn’t his first major title in journalism. Baptised into the fashion world by a brief modelling stint at 16, Enninful soon found himself among the likes of Simon Foxton and Terry … Continue reading A New Era of British Vogue: Enninful’s first issue is unveiled

A Brief History Lesson on Vogue

This year marks the 125th anniversary of Vogue – arguably the world’s most famous and most influential fashion and society magazine. In its lifespan, Vogue has contributed over 400,000 pages of articles to a worldwide readership, claiming to reach 11 million readers in the US and 12.5 million internationally. With such credentials, it is hard to ignore the magazine’s dominance. If Vogue is, as it … Continue reading A Brief History Lesson on Vogue

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Alexandra Schulman relinquishes the ‘precious cargo’ that is British Vogue

Alexandra Shulman has edited the highly praised pages of British Vogue for more years than I have been alive. In the past 25 years, she has become as much an icon of modern fashion as the magazine itself has, seeing the publication through digital rebranding, increased diversity and artistic innovation. In honour of the ground-breaking work she has done, I thought it only appropriate to … Continue reading Alexandra Schulman relinquishes the ‘precious cargo’ that is British Vogue