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Donatella Versace Hosts Birthday Celebration For Edward Enninful
Donatella Versace Hosts Birthday Celebration For Edward Enninful
Happy Birthday Edward Enninful
 
       
 
Last night, Donatella Versace threw a spectacular birthday bash for British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful following Versace's AW19 show. Held in Via Gesù, Donatella designed a special cake with an edible version of the iconic safety pin which pinned an edible Barocco print silk scarf to the top of the cake. Celebrity guests included Idris Elba, Liam Payne, Amber Valletta, Shalom Harlow, Bella and Gigi Hadid amongst many of both Donatella and Edward's closest friends. And it wouldn't be a brilliant party without DJ Fat Tony on the decks.
 
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Anok Yai, Edward Enninful and Adut Akech
Anok Yai, Edward Enninful and Adut Akech
 
Edward Enninful Candice Swanepoel
Edward Enninful Candice Swanepoel
 
Edward Enninful and Irina Shayk
Edward Enninful and Irina Shayk
 
The Duchess of Cornwall Honouring Bethany Williams
The Duchess of Cornwall Honouring Bethany Williams with the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design
The Duchess of Cornwall Honouring Bethany Williams with the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design
 
Duchess Of Cornwall Presents Award For Design To Bethany Williams
The Duchess Of Cornwall Presents The Second Queen Elizabeth II Award For Design To Bethany Williams
 
Edward Enninful OBE, poised to be the most consequential fashion editor
Edward Enninful poised to be the most consequential fashion editor of his generation
Edward Enninful poised to be the most consequential fashion editor of his generation
 
 
 
Edward Enninful, the new editor in chief of British Vogue, is supremely confident in both his aesthetic beliefs and in his worldview. In short order, he has upended a century-old publication, transforming its masthead to be more reflective of the global audience it seeks to serve and crafting some of the most memorable, inspiring and diverse fashion covers of the past year. His work exudes authenticity. He’s made inclusiveness look organic and effortless. And he’s made fashion look glorious.
 
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Edward Enninful Is the New Editor-In-Chief of British Vogue
Condé Nast has named Edward Enninful as the new Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue,
Condé Nast has named Edward Enninful new Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue
 
Condé Nast has named Edward Enninful as the new Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue, following the resignation of Alexandra Shulman, who will leave the publication after 25 years in June. Though Enninful was quietly mentioned among a list of fabled fashion names shortlisted, he was still largely considered an outsider by many for the coveted position.
 
Enninful’s appointment is a huge milestone for diversity in fashion journalism. The Ghanian-born aesthete will be the magazine’s first Black, male Editor-in-Chief.
 
Condé Nast International chairman and chief executive Jonathan Newhouse formally announced him as Alexandra Shulman’s successor today, calling Enninful “an influential figure in the communities of fashion, Hollywood and music which shape the cultural zeitgeist,” adding that “by virtue of his talent and experience, Edward is supremely prepared to assume the responsibility of British Vogue.”
 
Edward Enninful has spent more than 25 years working in the industry. He started out as a model aged 16, before quickly switching to styling. By the time he was 18, he was the Fashion Director of i-D, making him the youngest ever fashion director of an international publication.
 
By the age of 22, Enninful was working for Calvin Klein on its advertising with Craig McDean and close friend and makeup artist Pat McGrath, and to date, he has consulted for numerous advertising campaigns and runway shows, including Comme des Garçons, Christian DioCeline, Lanvin, Valentino, Jil Sander, Calvin Klein, Fendi, Gucci and many more.
 
Enninful is no stranger to Condé Nast either, having worked at Italian Vogue where he spearheaded the magazine’s infamous “Black Issue,” which featured only black models, including Naomi Campbell, Jourdan Dunn and Alek Wek. The issue was so successful that Condé Nast had to print an extra 40,000 copies.
 
He also served as a contributing editor at American Vogue for five years, before moving on to W Magazine in 2011, where he was appointed Style & Fashion Director. Under Enninful’s direction, W revived its industry appeal with riskier editorial.
 
Some of Enninful’s most provocative covers at W include the March 2012 cover shot by Steven Klein, featuring Kate Moss depicted as a nun, as well as another cover featuring singer Nicki Minaj dolled up as an 18th-century French courtesan.
 
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In Conversation: Edward Enninful and Reed Krakoff
In Conversation: Edward Enninful and Reed Krakoff
Edward Enninful
 
In anticipation of the 2019 Vogue and Tiffany & Co Fashion and Film Party, creative masterminds British Vogue Editor-in-Chief, Edward Enninful and Tiffany and Co’s Chief Artistic Officer Reed Krakoff discuss all things style from the Tiffany HQ in New York, and the Vogue offices in London.
 
 
Naomi Campbell cover debut of Vogue, Edward Enninful Editor-In-Chief
Illustrators Reimagine Naomi Campbell's March Vogue Cover
Naomi Campbell makes her cover debut of British Vogue, Edward Enninful Editor-in-Chief
 
It is always a pleasure to unveil a March issue of Vogue, to herald the start of fashion’s new season in earnest, to dwell on themes of re-emergence and renewal after a gloomy and (this year especially) uncertain winter. This month’s Vogue has added personal significance, as its star is no less a force than Naomi Campbell, who makes her cover debut for me as editor-in-chief.
 
It’s no secret that Naomi and I go back more than half of our lifetimes. We first met on a shoot for i-D in Paris in the early 1990s on a day I will never forget. I can recall her walking into the studio like it was last week. In an Anna Sui dress, with her Whitney Houston curls, there she was – the most beautiful woman in the world.
 
I was a young fashion director and Naomi was already famous well beyond the industry, but we bonded on sight. After the shoot wrapped, she invited me to jump on a private plane to Dublin with her – I was due back in London and had only £10 in my pocket – but that’s just the way it is with Naomi. A quarter of a century later and she hasn’t changed. You never know where you’re going to end up.
 
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Cara Delevingne: A Bride Less Ordinary
Cara Delevingne: A Bride Less Ordinary
Cara Delevingne Covers June Vogue
 
A royal wedding is always an exciting time for Britain, but I must say it feels like there is something extra special about the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this month. For a start, they land in a year when, on bad days at least, the country can feel like it is becoming ever more divided. Of course, the royal family invites plenty of diverse opinions itself these days, but at its simplest a wedding is a joyful union and a wonderful celebration of togetherness. And this one happens to star a truly fascinating bride.
 
Why has Ms Markle struck such a chord with the British public since her engagement was announced at the end of last year? I suspect it is because she offers a really exciting new spin on what aristocracy can mean in the 21st century. A mixed-race – or as she prefers, bi-racial – woman from California, with a successful career under her belt and a proven track record as a campaigner for social change, Meghan Markle is… well, remarkable. When we watch her take her first steps into an ancient institution, she will be an embodiment of all that is modern. She stands up for diversity, for her gender, for equality. In short, she is a woman of today.
 
And how should Vogue mark this joyous occasion? Naturally it had to be through fashion. We took the nation’s favourite young supermodel, Cara Delevingne, and cast her in the most avant-garde of bridal tributes. "Modern Romance" proves that wearing a white dress on your big day can be anything but predictable. Sticking with the theme of modernity, Cara also took the time to write about some of the key milestones for her generation which no longer involve just going down the aisle.
 
Cara Delevingne dispels the myth that life should be defined by traditional milestones. Dressing up in bridal wear at the Claire Pettibone boutique in Los Angeles, Cara offers some life advice in her classic comedic way.
 
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Delphine Arnault Reveals the 16 Industry Experts Joining the LVMH Prize
Delphine Arnault Reveals the 16 Industry Experts Joining the LVMH Prize This Year
The 16 experts joining the LVMH Prize this year
 
In just two weeks, the Fall 2019 ready-to-wear season will officially begin in New York—but if you’ve been paying attention, you know fashion week is always happening somewhere. In the next couple of months alone, Vogue Runway will cover shows in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Madrid, and Tbilisi—and many more cities—in addition to the “main” circuit. In our increasingly digital world, it’s never been easier for a designer to get noticed, regardless of where they are in the world. The LVMH Prize is a consistent reminder of that; the pool of talent seems to become more global by the year. In 2018, for instance, Executive Vice President of Louis Vuitton and founder of the LVMH Prize, Delphine Arnault, revealed they got a record number of applications from Asia, particularly China. “The Prize is international, and so is fashion,” she tells Vogue.
 
Naturally, the panel of experts who choose those finalists should be international, too. “It is important that the diversity of experts be a reflection of the diversity of styles and realities in our industry,” she continues. Their perspectives and focuses within fashion are diverse, too. “The interesting thing with this industry is that it is constantly evolving, thus creating new opportunities. The presence of influencers like Aimee Song and Chiara Ferragni, for instance, is a novelty in the Prize and reflects their growing clout in our field.”
 
Song and Ferragni (who was also named an ambassador) are among the 16 experts Arnault is welcoming to the LVMH Prize this year. Their hybridized careers—as models, bloggers, designers, consultants, et al—also represents Arnault’s belief that a variety of voices and talents are crucial to providing the strongest mentorship to the designers. “Obviously with the internet, businesses are crossing over—from print or brick-and-mortar to digital,” Arnault says. “But also the other way around. [The experts’] perspectives on creation today is invaluable, and their interactions with the semi-finalists will help these young designers gather critical feedback to enable them to grow.”
 
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Edward Enninful appointed Naomi Campbell Vogue's new contributing editor
Edward Enninful appointed Naomi Campbell British Vogue's new contributing editor in July 2017
Edward Enninful appointed Naomi Campbell British Vogue's new contributing editor in July 2017
 
Naomi Campbell’s fashion and modelling career has been a hallmark of British culture for as long as we can remember. But, it was when Edward Enninful appointed her as Vogue's new contributing editor in July 2017, and hailed her as one of the biggest “international style influencers and supermodels” - and later, was voted a Fashion Icon at the 2018 CFDA Awards - that she was officially recognised as the UK’s style sweetheart.
 
Her boundless energy and charisma however, have seen her transcend fashion’s sartorial walls, seeing her lead social change through a number of philanthropic endeavours. Of these, include her work with organisations such as Time's Up, Save the Children, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Amfar, Balance Diversity and Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund.
 
More recently, her appearance front row of the Louis Vuitton show last week and her showstopper look at the closing of Valentino’s most couture show (- which received a standing ovation no less), have been a reminder of her timeless ability to bestow elegance and individuality onto any catwalk.
 
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