December Vogue 2017 – take a look inside – it’s open and friendly

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December Vogue 2017 – take a look what’s on offer. It is already on the shelf and likely to sell in no time.

Take a glimpse inside the world of Edward Enninful’s #NewVogue – out November 10.  It includes Adwoa Aboah, Victoria Beckham. Letitia Wright, Glenda Jackson, Grace Coddington. Millie Bobby Brown, Christopher Bailey. Gwendoline Christie and Jourdan Dunn. And many more…

It is already making headlines under the new editorship of Enninful. Model Adwoa Aboah is pictured on the fashion magazine’s cover with the headline Great Britain.

Enninful wants to create a style for the magazine that is diverse, open and friendly.  The promotional video demonstrates exactly that!

Top model  Naomi Campbell tweeted she loved it. Divine, amazing.  She’ll be contributing items on a regular basis.

Enninful replaces Alexandra Shulman who stepped down from the top job in January.

Before getting the job, Edward Enninful had women tell him they did not feel represented by the magazine.  This was something he wanted to change. And that’s what he’s done.

The December edition features a 14-page shoot with its cover star. Also an interview with Enninful and Aboah talking about the importance of diversity in fashion.  They define being black and British in 2017.

Old and New

Vogue has always been a popular magazine among women.  A little expensive but the price was paid. The December issue features models of all ages and not all of them are thin. Older women also take part in modelling roles.  Glenda Jackson looks really good.  The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan also gets a spot in the mag.

It is an exciting venture. Will the regulars buy the new style format? Sales should be good. Fashion with a twist always in demand. Will readers miss the high glam clothes?  Or will the introduction of store styles help. Until now clothes modelled in Vogue were out of the average price range. A cheaper price range would work for all women.


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