DrIt was as if there was some kind of collective sigh in the fashion industry when this cover came out.
Vogue editor Edward Enninful's final issue as editor-in-chief of the British edition of the world's most important fashion magazine.
It was almost He chanted in unisonand the historical cover spread a bit too.
But after the sweet itch, and so on.
Because fans are angry in the comments section.
They seem to be confused about what Kate Moss' daughter Lily Moss and Cindy Crawford's daughter Kaia Gerber are doing there.
In good company with stars such as model Naomi Campbell and tennis star Serena Williams. The fact that the ladies on the cover appear under the heading “Legends” doesn't seem to make things any better either.
“What are Kate and Cindy's daughters doing there? Are they really icons? Absolutely not,” one writes.
“Kate Moss's daughter on the cover of Vogue for Legendary Women next to Serena Williams is the funniest thing I've ever seen.”
“Kate Moss's daughter? Really? Nepotism knows no bounds,” a third wrote.
A fourth wrote: “Laila Moss and Kaia Jaber are on the legendary cover and not Bella Hadid? This should not be allowed!”
“Legendary, like you,” V writes.
Where was Megan?
The 40 women on the cover have in common that they have all been on the cover of British Vogue during the past six years Enninful has been in the editorial chair here.
Many have also wondered where Meghan Markle is.
The Duchess was a close friend of Enninful, and was a guest editor for an issue of the magazine in 2019.
It is said to be unclear whether she has been contacted with a request to appear in the latest issue of Enninful magazine.
“Here it is: the 76th and final issue of Vogue, after six and a half years and 153 cover stars, including 40 legendary women on the cover of this issue. It has been an amazing journey and an absolute honour,” Enninful wrote in his final essay as editor.
Enninful, who made history as the first male and first black editor-in-chief in British Vogue's history, moves into the role of editorial advisor.
Enninful's successor is London-born journalist Chioma Nnadi.
She took on the title of editor-in-chief, and debuted her first issue in March.
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