Edward Enninful continues to breathe new life into British Vogue by relentlessly championing diversity (both in terms of age and women of color). He keeps the streak going by picking Zoë Kravitz as the magazine’s cover girl for July 2019. Our forums are pretty used to the Big Little Lies actress delivering the goods down at the newsstand (via InStyle, Harper’s Bazaar and Allure) and she doesn’t disappoint with her latest cover. Photographed by Steven Meisel and styled by the editor-in-chief, Zoë serves good face in Saint Laurent for the spectacular and vibrant cover image.
The cover was everything our forum members wanted and more. “She looks absolutely beautiful here. I like it, nice to see bold summer colors used as well. The hair and makeup are great,” raved honeycombchild.
“She looks beautiful, I always enjoy Meisel’s covers for British Vogue. Even though their style is so reminiscent of vintage covers, it’s so refreshing to see,” admired aracic.
“What a stunning cover, this formula for them never fails!” praised Miss Dalloway.
A.D.C. was also a fan: “This is gorgeous. It gives off summer vibes without a beach setting. I love everything about it.”
Velasco shared the same sentiments, commenting, “Oh, this is absolutely gorgeous in its simplicity!”
“My god, that FACE just takes your breath away. She is so startlingly beautiful, I can’t stop staring at the picture. LOVE the bright orange and pink accents on the cover. It’s clean, sophisticated and fresh. They really knocked it out of the park with this one,” applauded happycanadian.
“Gorgeous. Meisel does not play! He’s a slave to fashion and glamour. That’s why he’s still the best,” proclaimed GivenchyHomme.