Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss new editors of British Vogue
Photo: Hollandse Hoogte
The British Vogue has old-top models Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell hired as editors. Also filmmaker Steve McQueen and former Vogue creative director Grace Coddington are added to the team.
“I look forward to the magic that they to the pages going to bring,” writes the new editor-in-chief Edward Enninful in a photo on Instagram.
In an interview with The Evening Standard praises Enninful the work of the two supermodels. “The influence of Naomi and Kate have had on the culture of today is huge.”
Also from director McQueen, known for films like Shame and 12 Years a Slave, the editor-in-chief of British fashion magazine a lot. “Steve will be a lot of depth to add to the kunstpagina pages of the magazine.”
The British Coddington has worked for many years for the American Vogue. She kept the styling of the photo shoots of the magazine.