The July issue of Vogue UK will come with three covers, posed for by London girls who continued to work during the pandemic.
Edward Enniful's team invited train typist Narguis Horsford, midwife Rachel Millar and supermarket cashier Anis Omar to be the main characters of the July issue.
Also under the cover of the readers is a 20-page special project dedicated to those who continued to work during the quarantine: doctors, taxi drivers, nurses, cleaners, epidemiologists, guardians, teachers, ambulance drivers and volunteers. The author of the project, photographer Jamie Hawksworth, spent ten days cycling around London and looking for suitable heroes on the streets of the city.
Introducing the covers, Edward Enniful wrote: “British Vogue has always reflected the times. After all, the British edition of the magazine was conceived during World War I, when American Vogue could not be exported outside the United States. So, I wanted to capture this historical moment, document the times in which we live and the people who supported this country."