Naomi Campbell, great contributor to British Vogue
Did you know ? One of the favorite icons of DZALEU.com, is a great editorial contributor of British Vogue
One could say that this is only logical. Britain is her country (Naomi is of Jamaican origin, but born and brought up in London, E.d.) and the Miss regularly poses on the glossy pages of the magazine, apart from contributing.
However, British Vogue has in the past (like many other luxury magazines) been singled out for its reluctance in terms of diversity. But since the arrival of an Afro fashion pope at the head of the magazine, things are moving.
It is Edward Enninful. Man does not hide himself to say that he is an apostle of diversity. Whether it’s color, morphology or beliefs, Edward Enninful thinks that every woman deserves to be valued.
Indeed, by arriving at Vogue UK to replace Alexandra Shulman (who had been there for 25 years and accused of giving little space to non-Black models), Edward Enninful brought undeniable diversity to a conservative magazine.
He will not hesitate to cover a Kate Moss dressed as a nun, a Rihanna with ethnic paintings or a veiled Halima Aden. In Vogue September Issue, the theme “Forces For Change” is here to say it : diversity is on the place with figures like Adut Akech at Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie or Yara Yashidi.
In this month’s edition (October Vogue), the visuals of the African-American model Binx Walton posing in an Accra market are worth a look! ©Dzaleu.com
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