‘British Vogue’ editor-in-chief wants his magazine to reflect the world he sees

Black women don’t sell magazines. That’s what Edward Enninful heard from the very beginning of his career in the fashion industry. And for him, that just sounded absurd.

“I [was raised] by my mother, who was a seamstress, and she would make clothes for the most incredible women, women of all sizes and women of all skin tones and ages,” Enninful says. “For me, fashion was always such an inclusive, beautiful thing.” Read more at NPR.

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