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Vogue to launch global creativity issue

Tom Shearsmith
29 January 2021

Vogue has today announced the launch of a special global collaboration between all 27 editions of Vogue, highlighting and celebrating artistic spirit.

The initiative marks the second time that the title has united under a shared editorial theme, following September 2020's ‘Hope’ issue.

Published in 21 languages and available throughout February and March, Vogue’s 27 global Creativity Issues "shine a spotlight on the most exciting creative talent working today, bringing together some of the fashion industry’s biggest names."

Featuring portfolios of the brightest young stars in fashion, music, art and film, alongside inspiring editorials and extraordinary fashion through each Vogue’s local lens, it serves as a celebration of those who look at life in a different way.

Last year British Vogue also paid homage to key workers, with the front cover featuring three key workers: train driver Narguis Horsford, midwife Rachel Millar and supermarket assistant Anisa Omar.

Anna Wintour, Editor-in-Chief and Global Editorial Director, Vogue and Global Chief Content Officer, Condé Nast, said: “This year, all 27 global editions of Vogue are proud to dedicate our March issues to creativity.

“With so many reasons to be optimistic about a brighter future, Vogue thought what better way to celebrate than to focus on creatives all across the globe — whose glorious and gorgeous, inclusive and joyful images offer an inspiring look at the world of fashion today."

British Vogue’s Edward Enninful concludes: “From the designer finding new, collaborative ways of working, to the gifted photographer with the extraordinary backstory and curator making waves, to the next big things in art, music, cinema, tech and beauty, it is a promising roll call.”

Vogue's ‘Creativity’ issues will be available to buy throughout February and March, with the British Vogue edition on-sale from 5 February 2021.

In 2020, produced a podcast with Jessica Diner, Beauty & Lifestyle Director at Vogue, discussing beauty for a post-COVID world and what it takes for a brand to feature on her pages.

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