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April 11th, 2017
Edward Enninful

Edward Enninful

Edward Enninful, British Vogue Editor-in-Chief

Edward Enninful, born in Ghana and raised in London, is the British Vogue Editor-in-Chief.

Top fashion editor and stylist who was appointed at the age of 18 as a fashion director of i-D magazine, making him the youngest ever fashion director of an international magazine.

He collaborates frequently with Steven Meisel, Craig  McDean and with top models Naomi Campbell and  Kate Moss.

He styled the now iconic “All Black Models” issue for July 2008 Italian Vogue.

In 2011 became the fashion and style director at W Magazine.

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