Edward Enninful Becomes First Black and Male British Vouge Editor

The first black editor  and male editor  of the British fashion bible (Vogue) , is  Ghanian-born Edward Enninful who got into fashion first as a model.
He was spotted at 16 on the tube by stylist Simon Foxton and soon became an assistant to i-D magazine’s fashion director Beth Summers.
When she left the publication, 18-year-old Edward became the youngest-ever fashion director of an international fashion title , a position he held for 3 decades . And since then, he’s continued to make waves.
He spearheaded Vogue Italia’s ‘Black Issue’, which was so successful that Conde Nast had to print an extra 40,000 copies.
In 2011, he took over as fashion and style director of W magazine and he became an OBE in 2016 for services to diversity in the fashion industry. He is considered  to be of the most influential people in fashion , Hollywood and music   .
He was awarded the Isabella Blow Award for fashion creator of the year by the British Fashion Council in 2014, and last year was awarded an OBE (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) by Her Majesty the Queen.
Congratulations Edward,  cheers to a new British Vouge era.
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