Edward Enninful

Edward Enninful, Ted Brown, Jourdan Dunn and Mel C Lead Pride Celebration at Koko

Click here to read the full article. London was burning on Thursday night, as drag royalties, supermodels, and LGBTQ icons gathered at Koko, Camden for the inaugural Cîroc Iconic Ball ahead of the London Pride parade on Saturday. The audience enjoyed a night of New York-style drag ball, a fashion and dancing competition for the LGBTQ community that entered popular culture thanks to the documentary “Paris Is Burning,” the TV series “Pose” and the reality show “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”More from WWDHow Stars Celebrated Pride 2022Scenes from NYC Pride March 2022Josh Wood Turns Partying Into Purpose for the LGBTQ Community Hosted by Jack...
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Kate, Naomi, Bella And Gigi Join Edward Enninful At The Prince’s Trust Global Gala In New York

The supers were out in force in New York last night to join British Vogue editor-in-chief and European editorial director Edward Enninful at the Prince’s Trust Global Gala. Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, the Hadid sisters, Karlie Kloss and Adut Akech were among the guests at Cipriani, where Enninful – a global ambassador for the Prince’s Trust – and Lionel Richie co-hosted a party to celebrate the beginning of the charity’s work in the US.
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Naomi Campbell Talked Motherhood With Edward Enninful at Vogue’s 2022 Forces Of Fashion Summit in London

Last night, the sixth annual edition of Vogue’s Forces of Fashion summit arrived in the UK: an evening of inspiring conversation with leading figureheads and innovative creatives from the fashion industry at Rosewood London, in partnership with Snapchat. British Vogue’s editor-in chief and Vogue’s European editorial director, Edward Enninful,...

Edward Enninful Unveils Cover and Release Date for Upcoming Memoir

The cover for British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful’s upcoming memoir, A Visible Man, was unveiled today. Enniful shared the cover — a close-up photo of himself, shot by Brazilian fashion photographer Rafael Pavarotti, who also snapped British Vogue’s February 2022 cover — on Instagram, adding that the book will be released globally on September 6.

Edward Enninful reveals he married long-term partner Alec Maxwell

Edward Enninful, the editor-in-chief of British Vogue, has confirmed his recent marriage to editor and creative director Alec Maxwell.The wedding, which took place at Longleat House in Wiltshire, featured an A-list guest-list that included Rihanna, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Victoria Beckham, Karlie Kloss, Diane von Furstenberg and Munroe Bergdorf.“Three weeks ago, before the world turned on its head again, I was lucky enough to experience the greatest personal joy I have ever known,” he wrote on Instagram on Wednesday. “I got married to my long term partner Alec Maxwell”. Enninful, who was awarded an OBE in 2016 for services...

“Sustainable Is Beautiful”: HRH The Prince Of Wales, Edward Enninful And Federico Marchetti Host A Fashion Roundtable

HRH The Prince of Wales’s passion for organic farming is well known. More than 35 years ago, he converted Home Farm, near his Highgrove residence, into a wholly organic operation – a move for which he was publicly chastised, as he recalled with a laugh to a fashion roundtable at Dumfries House in Ayrshire on Thursday. He has since proved to those critics – and everyone else – that he was well ahead of the curve when it comes to ecology and the environment.

British Vogue editor Edward Enninful announces upcoming memoir, A Visible Man

Edward Enninful, the editor-in-chief of British Vogue, has announced that he is releasing a memoir.In a post to Instagram on Tuesday 7 December, Enninful said he hopes that sharing the story of his life will “show how anyone can make change in the world”. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Edward Enninful, OBE (@edward_enninful)Enninful became i-D magazine’s youngest ever fashion director when he was appointed to the role at age 18.He went on to become a contributing editor of...

Vogue’s Edward Enninful to Publish Memoir, ‘A Visible Man,’ in 2022

Click here to read the full article. LONDON — The 49-year-old Edward Enninful may still be a relatively young man with seemingly miles of career ahead, but that hasn’t stopped him from penning a memoir, which is due to be published next September by Penguin. In “A Visible Man,” Enninful traces his trajectory from a working-class refugee from Ghana, who grew up on a London council estate, to his appointment as the first Black editor in chief of British Vogue, and most recently, Vogue’s European editorial director.More from WWDInside the Charles Finch Filmmakers Dinner in CannesChristie's Unveils S.I. Newhouse Art CollectionCondé Nast,...

Must Read: Edward Enninful Is Writing a Memoir, Louis Vuitton Dedicates Windows to Virgil Abloh

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday. On Tuesday, Edward Enninful announced that his memoir, "A Visible Man," will be released in September 2022. "I wanted to share my own experiences from childhood to the offices of Vogue, and show how anyone can make change in the world, with a little passion, perseverance and a pure heart," he wrote on Instagram. "When all is said and done, I just want everyone to feel like no matter where they come from in life or whatever their dream is, they can grasp it. Just like I did." You can pre-order it here or here.

Edward Enninful Has Been Named Global Ambassador For The Prince’s Trust Group

Last night, during a gala dinner at Windsor Castle attended by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales to celebrate the work, young people and supporters of The Prince’s Trust around the world, Edward Enninful OBE, Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue and European Editorial Director of Vogue, introduced the evening as Global Ambassador for the Prince’s Trust.

Vogue Editor Edward Enninful, ‘Normal People’ Producer Ed Guiney to Headline London Film Festival Industry Program

Talks with Edward Enninful, editor-in-chief of British Vogue and European editorial director of Vogue and Ed Guiney, producer of “Normal People” and “Room,” are among the highlights of the BFI London Film Festival’s industry program. The festival’s LFF Connects strand, which celebrates the intersection between film and other creative industries, features Enninful and will explore how innovation, activism and inspiration meet within creative spaces to tell stories across all art forms. The festival’s Spotlight strand conversation with Guiney, whose recent project, Joanna Hogg’s “The Souvenir Part II,” screens as the festival’s Londoner Gala, will discuss the formation of Element Pictures, which he...