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British Vogue

British Vogue

July 2021
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No other magazines combine beauty, style, glamour, design, fashion and contemporary culture in such an inspiring mix. VOGUE employs the most talented photographers, stylists, writers and editors to fill the pages each month with new trends, controversial images and challenging ideas

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3 min.
when it comes to people i admire…

Malala Yousafzai is right at the top. At 23, the world’s most famous university graduate has already lived so many lives. Activist, author, tireless campaigner for girls’ education, daughter, sister, student and survivor. It’s hard to believe it was only a decade ago that she was a young teenager with a passion for learning, living in Pakistan’s Taliban-controlled Swat Valley, blogging about her experience for the BBC and giving a voice to girls denied the right to learn. A near-fatal attempt on her life in 2012 – or what she calls “the incident” – brought her to Britain for specialist surgery. But she didn’t stop there. In the years since, Malala – her renown is such that only one name is required – has taken the indescribable fear of her early…

1 min.
meet & greet

“There is great beauty in Malala’s bravery and strength,” says Nick Knight, who captured this month’s cover star, Malala Yousafzai – styled by contributing fashion director Kate Phelan. “I’ve been a huge admirer of her activism, and hope that her determination and intelligence come through in my images.” On page 146, model Jourdan Dunn turns interviewer as she speaks to British boxing champion Anthony Joshua, ahead of the biggest fight of his career. “Interviewing Anthony was so much fun,” she recalls. What surprised her most? “He’s interested in getting into fashion! Who knew?” Stylist Phyllis Posnick teamed up with photographers Inez and Vinoodh for a celebration of the female form, on page 154. “I was thrilled to work with them again,” says Phyllis. Plus, “I started my career as an assistant at…

1 min.
rethink pink

“With a full spectrum of rosiness to play with this season, there’s a hue for everyone”DONNA WALLACE, FASHION & ACCESSORIES EDITOR HAIR: RAMONA ESCHBACH. MAKE-UP: MATHIAS VAN HOOFF. NAILS: FANNY SANTA RITA. PRODUCTION: TROUBLE MANAGEMENT. DIGITAL ARTWORK: JONATHAN GOOR. MODEL: MAO XIAOXING. SOCIAL DISTANCING RULES WERE FOLLOWED THROUGHOUT THIS PHOTOSHOOT. PIXELATE.BIZ…

7 min.
the 101 of y2k 2.0

Picture this: a midriff-baring lacy camisole paired with camouflage cargo pants, and a Fendi baguette nonchalantly slung over the shoulder; frayed denim shorts belted by an oversize round buckle, paired with strappy kitten heels and a baker-boy cap; a pair of pink velour trackpants with a Gothic font spelling Nasty in rhinestones across the rear, topped off with a pair of Matrix-style sunglasses. What might initially sound like sartorial relics from a bygone era are all looks you will find worn on Instagram over the past year by the biggest models of the moment – and, as of this season, it’s a style that seems to have permeated all the way up to the runways. Yes, you read that right: the 2000s have returned to the catwalk with a vengeance. Whether…

2 min.
fenn o’meally

“Doing what I do is like playtime every single day,” says 27-year-old film-maker Fenn O’Meally. Born in Birmingham, now living in London, she has been a journalist and a model, as well as a DJ on Radio 1Xtra, and has worked with some of the most exciting names in music, film and fashion, counting everyone from Jorja Smith and Wu-Tang Clan to Prada and Apple as collaborators and clients. A woman of dual heritage, she calls on black people to “own space, proudly”, and has made it her mission to give a platform to stories exploring human vulnerability. Her short film Tall Are the Roots, in collaboration with fragrance house Byredo, has a special place in her heart for this very reason. What does the future hold? “I definitely want…

1 min.
passport to paradise

FANCY THE FRENCH Riviera? Longing to island-hop around Greece? Ahoy Club members have access to every yacht available for charter in the Mediterranean. The revolutionary online marketplace for superyachts (consider it your bespoke travel agent for the seas) connects 4,000 yachts to clients from all pockets of the globe. Founded by Australian businessman Ian Malouf in 2018 and run by his daughter Ellie Malouf, the family mission is simple: to give both first-time and seasoned charterers access to the best voyages in the world. Leave it to Ahoy Club’s first-class concierge team to curate your dream holiday via interactive itinerary builders, or check in with your designated yacht captain via instant 24/7 messaging services to see how the forecast around the Amalfi Coast is shaping up. The personalised and private experience…