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New Vogue editor Edward Enninful on catwalks, catfights and why fashion diversity matters

November 7, 2017 Carola LongListen to this articlePlay audio for this articlePause00:0000:00 This is an experimental feature. Give us your feedback.Thank you for your feedback.What do you think? I‘ll use it in the future I don‘t think I‘ll use it Please tell us why (optional)Send Feedback“Soooo fresh,” sighs Edward Enninful as he takes a sip of elderflower-and-lime “mocktail”, sounding as smooth and persuasive as the voiceover in an advert. We...

The 2017 Fashion Moments I Won’t Forget

AdvertisementThe runway is my beat, but the year started with a pulse-quickening reminder that fashion is made on the street. I’m talking about the Women’s Marches on January 21 and the grassroots movement that had crowds of women (and men) in Washington, D.C.; New York; and cities across the country wearing handmade pink pussy hats. I can’t think of another item of clothing that has been so quickly embraced, nor a form of political dissidence that is so optimistic and cheering. A pink pussy...

Annie Leibovitz captures the spirit of our times in her iconic photographs

SEATTLE — Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz thought her latest compilation of work would end with a historic portrait of President Hillary Clinton sitting in the Oval Office.Maybe she could use Eleanor Roosevelt's old desk to play up the symbolism of a woman, at last, leading the world's most powerful nation. She'd squeeze in the photo session with Clinton just before publication time.We all know how that dream ended."When Hillary Clinton lost, I didn't have an ending," says...