'Real women' take over pages of British Vogue

'Real women' take over pages of British Vogue
 

British Vogue's November issue will be "model-free" and instead feature "real women" only on its fashion pages and in editorial features for the first time.
Editor Alexandra Shulman said the difficulties she had in securing sample designer clothes for non-models for shoots made her want to explore what women wear through a "real" filter.
Actress Emily Blunt - the lead in the film Girl on a Train, about an alcoholic divorcee - is on the cover.
Models will remain in the adverts.
Tetraplegic journalist Melanie Reid, who writes a weekly column for the Times... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 45
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