top of page


Updated: May 2

Bonded by magnificence, purpose and an appearance on the cover of British Vogue, a sisterhood of 40 megastars gather for a once-in-a-lifetime Steven Meisel fashion shoot, styled by Edward Enninful. Photographs by Ned Rogers.

Edward Enniful talks final Brisith Vogue Cover.

"When it came to my last issue, I knew the cover would be dedicated to women. Of course! Women have shaped British Vogue for close to 108 years now, and have certainly informed every moment of my six and a half year tenure here, to say nothing of leading and guiding me through my entire life.

It was clear to all of us on the team that no one woman could or should encapsulate these past few years for the magazine. What we needed was a group, to lean into the power of the collective to bring to life what I hope has been a daring, disruptive and evolutionary period in Vogue’s history. They also – by dint of extraordinary impact, force of personality, style and influence – needed to have reached beyond fashion and culture to change the fabric of society in the 2020s, in ways small and large and always positive.

And so I knew just who I wanted to call. The asks went out. Dozens of them, to many of the women who had appeared on the cover of Vogue since my first issue all the way back in the (surprisingly) misty-seeming past of 2017. Photographer Steven Meisel came on board. A date was set. I held my breath for weeks. Would 40 of the most booked and blessed women on earth actually make it to one studio in New York, on one day in December, to take one image together?"

Read the full cover story and view the entire gallery here.

Watch the video piece here.

Follow Miley Cyrus

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page