Edward Enninful, the first male editor in Vogue's history, speaks about his debut issue of British Vogue which was released on Friday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. Edward Enninful's first British Vogue issue hit news-stands on Friday (November 10). In an interview with the BBC, the editor-in-chief said he wanted to create a magazine that was "open and friendly". The December issue features British-Ghanaian model and activist Adwoa Aboah on the cover, with Sadiq Khan, Zadie Smith, Naomi Campbell and Skepta inside. Enninful was appointed in April as the fashion bible's new editor-in-chief, making him the first male editor in the publication's 100-year history. Previously, he had also worked for the Italian and American versions of Vogue. Ghanaian-born Enninful is the successor to Alexandra Shulman, who announced in January she would be stepping down from the magazine after 25 years in charge.