British Vogue continues pushing the boundaries of traditional Fashion Magazine Covers, started by Meghan Markle's Forces for Change Edition

Editor of British Vogue magazine, Edward Enninful, continues to extend the boundaries of traditional fashion magazine covers, started by the Duchess of Sussex's Forces for Change edition. The covers of the July 2020 edition, feature three racially diverse front-line women workers: a train driver, a midwife, and a shop assistant. The theme of the edition is "everyday heroes"  

Here are the three women, photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth, and a short bio for each of them: 

Narguis Horsford, has worked for Transport for London for 10 years and driven London Overground trains for the past five. She lives in north London.

Rachel Millar, 24, has worked as a community midwife at Homerton Hospital, in east London, for almost three years. A fascination with pregnancy and birth was sparked early, when, growing up on a farm in Northern Ireland, she witnessed her grandparents doing lambing season every year. 

Anisa Omar, 21, has worked as a supermarket assistant at the London King’s Cross branch of Waitrose supermarket for a year. She lives in Islington with her parents and three siblings, and is currently in the second year of a Business Management degree at university.

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