Subsequent to Edward Enninful’s debut concern as editor of British Vogue again in 2017, daring and impactful statements have been made by way of the journal’s entrance covers. Enninful has brilliantly championed and tackled every thing from age illustration to measurement inclusivity. As Enninful rounds out his editorship (his final arriving with the March 2024 concern), the chief of the pack is shining a highlight upon sustainability trailblazers for January 2024. To mark the event, Enninful welcomes actress Emma Watson, designers Tolu Coker, Priya Ahluwalia and Torishéju Dumi, along with mannequin Amber Valletta throughout a trio of celebratory Charlotte Wales-shot covers.
British Vogue‘s newest took members of our boards by full shock. “Beautiful cowl for Emma, and what a deal with to see Amber!” heralded LastNight.
“I really like each Emma’s and Amber’s covers. So traditional and really British,” admired ivano.
“Amber’s cowl! I’m in love with the colours and he or she appears attractive,” chimed in discussion board member Kishan.
Vogue28 shared: “My most favourite out of the three covers is Emma Watson’s. The portrait itself is undeniably stunning, love the coloring, the heat, the lighting, the styling… all oh so beautiful. The opposite two, nevertheless, really feel like an entire non-event and an enormous flop. Not loving the previous few covers/problems with British Vogue…”
“Beautiful covers with Amber and Emma, however come on now. There can be loads of time for covers of this caliber as soon as Edward is gone. All these months wasted on horrible covers by subpar photographers… what a pity. If March isn’t fully shot by Steven Meisel, I don’t even wish to see it,” voiced aracic.
“Boring covers. NEXT!” an underwhelmed Bertrando3 exclaimed.