Edward Enninful is breathing new life into British Vogue. This year alone, we’ve witnessed 85-year-old Judi Dench make her U.K. Vogue debut, were blessed with a trio of covers celebrating frontline workers and treated to a whopping 14 covers featuring British landscapes just last month. Now the September issue has dropped and once again Enninful lands himself in the history books. Misan Harriman becomes the first black man to capture the front cover (below) in the magazine’s history with Adwoa Aboah and Marcus Rashford starring in the black-and-white cover image. Enninful also handpicked “faces of hope” from around the globe, including Dr. Meenal Viz, Tamika D. Mallory, Riz Ahmed, Janet Mock, Angela Davis, Jane Elliott, Alice Wong, Jesse Williams, Joan Smalls, Reni Eddo-Lodge, Yvette Williams and Patrick Hutchinson snapped by Texas Isaiah, Philip-Daniel Ducasse, Reginald…

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