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Is there a lack of black creatives in the fashion industry?

Fashion designers, magazines and stylists thrive off of culture. Pop culture. Subculture. Black culture. Now, this was not always the case in fashion. Charles Frederick Worth, a 19th-century designer, the father of couture most notably, the first fashion designer, created his clothes around the styles worn by royalty, catering to his high-class clientele. 1,649 more words


Enninful becomes Chief Editor of Vogue

The vacancy has been filled. The CEO and Chairman of Condé Nast International has confirmed the appointment of Edward Enninful as the new Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue. 556 more words


Amber Valletta Covers British Vogue May 2017

Hey peeps! Happy new month. Welcome to the lovely month of May. I am not sure why April went so fast, but it seems like the year 2017 is moving at lightening speed, so we better get on with it. 291 more words



Having embarked on the entrepreneurial journey over a year ago has exposed me to a different world. Part of that world has been engaging with potential investors for my business ventures. 986 more words

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Edward Enninfull. The new editor in chief of British Vouge.

The African born, creative and fashion director of W magazine is the first male editor in  Vogue’s 100 years history, and I am proud because of a few reasons. 168 more words


On Edward Enninful's Appointment as Editor in Chief of British Vogue and What It Means To Me As A Ghanaian

Edward Enninful. Photo by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

On any day, the announcement of the first black, male editor-in-chief of a Vogue iteration from the quadrumvirate of global fashion capitals is a monumental deal. 1,441 more words


Vogue's Future Under Edward Enninful

Since 1992, Alexandra Shulman has been an innovative and progressive editor-in-chief of British Vogue. When news broke of her shock departure, everyone from Katie Grand to Hamish Bowles and Jo Ellison were considered by fashion-professionals as being in the running of the prestigious role.  454 more words