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VOGUE UK, AN ODD TO A TIMELESS FEMINITY

Last Month Vogue UK unveiled its new December issue cover featuring model and activist, Adwoa Aboah under the new editor in chief of the magazine, Edward Enninful. This is the first time that Vogue is naming a black editor to run one of their edition which makes it a collector issue. The cover embodies the peps and sensuality of the 70’s, when supermodels like Pat Cleveland were the queens of the catwalk and dance floors. We particularly love the colourful head wrap, a timeless accessory, symbol of feminity and flamboyance in the disco’s era, also adopted by intellectual feminist figures like Simone de Beauvoir in the 40’s or more recently by novelist’s Zadie Smith.

Model Pat Cleveland
Model Pat Cleveland 70’s era
Novelist Zadie Smith for The Gentlewoman
(photography by Inez and Vinoodh)

All images with model Adwoa Aboah are from Vogue UK December 2017 issue (courtesy of Vogue UK, photography by Steven Meisel, styled by Edward Enninful)