Anna Wintour has been at the forefront of helping the fashion industry get through the ongoing global pandemic. She’s created the A Common Thread initiative along with the CFDA and joined forces with fashion figureheads to produce Vogue Global Conversations via Zoom. Now Wintour combines Vogue‘s June and July issues to address the current health crisis. Instead of featuring Florence Pugh, Billie Eilish, Gal Gadot or even a handful of models, the mag opts for a beautiful and symbolic alternative. Unable to produce photoshoots as a result of social distancing, Vogue picked an unpublished Irving Penn portrait of a rose from 1970 for the front cover of its special double issue.


The cover struck a chord with our forum members. “I think it’s beautiful, very appropriate given the current circumstances. The use of an unpublished Irving Penn image has Anna Wintour’s…

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