Vogue's March Cover Is Powerful Enough to Break the Internet
For Vogue's March issue, the magazine invited a bunch of famous supermodels to destroy the idealised version of beauty. Adwoa Aboah, Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, Vittoria Ceretti, Imaan Hammam, Gigi Hadid, and Kendall Jenner slipped into Prada turtlenecks and printed hot pants and basically threw a party on the beach in Malibu. They were celebrating how the fashion world is finally coming onto the idea of beauty in all forms. Designers are casting their shows with diverse women at all sizes, and campaigns are also exemplifying the new normal, which is really just the image of inclusivity.
Gigi Hadid put it plainly during the shoot: "Most of the people I know in this industry are compassionate and open-minded, and they appreciate creativity and originality. It's like, can't we just honor that? I mean, look around. These are the people actually making fashion. All types, all working together to make magic."
Gigi wasn't the only one to weigh in. Stella McCartney, Michael Kors, Prabal Gurung, and more fashion icons offer their two cents in the feature article, connecting the positive message to our political climate and stressing the idea that fashion needs to stay honest, now more than ever.
Read on to see pictures from the memorable editorial that pushes for equality in more ways than one, and don't miss the behind-the-scenes video where you can enjoy all of the models goofing off, answering personal questions, and fully embracing their own unique qualities.