A Brit supermodel on the cowl of a British style journal is a no brainer…and it’s virtually comical to assume that it has taken over 16 years for Naomi Campbell to return to the cowl of British Vogue. It’s all thanks to Edward Enninful, who lastly makes the incomparable supermodel his cowl woman for the journal’s spring style problem, photographed by none apart from Steven Meisel. Enninful himself styled the unconventional portrait shot, dressing Campbell in a glance from Riccardo Tisci’s debut Burberry assortment.
Needless to say, our discussion board members shall be racing to the newsstand for a duplicate. “Amazing! Must-have cover,” Chalka mentioned.
“Shut it down QUEEN! ICONIC,” applauded Riseup.
“Genuinely stopped me in my tracks, I’ve waited since Edward’s first issue for a Naomi Cover and couldn’t be any happier. Also finally something different from Edward, it’s cool and modern but with an iconic model and team behind it. Bravo!” raved Blayne266.
“Glorious! Naomi and Meisel are a match made in heaven,” LastNight agreed.
Also simply as impressed with the consequence was discussion board member GivenchyHomme: “That’s fabulous! I’m in love! It has that Vogue Italia feeling while remaining modern. Naomi is such a queen. No one can top her!”
[Piece Of Me] couldn’t have agreed extra, commenting, “Here she finally is! We all know it was going to happen, we just didn’t know when. Glorious cover of course and welcome home, Naomi. It took them many many years, but she is finally back on the cover where she belongs.”
“What a cover! Absolutely in love. I’m so happy for Naomi to be back on the cover British Vogue and for the fact that it was shot by Meisel,” admired apple.
Check out Naomi’s cowl story, the relaxation of the content material and be a part of the dialog right here.