Vogue's first model-free issue
British Vogue released first ‘model-free zone’ edition, Telegraph.
In the latest Vogue issue, only real people have been cast, showcasing the latest designer clothes by ‘real’ women.
British Vogue’s editor Alexandra Shulman said: “I feel strongly that women who are in positions of authority or power, or who work in professions should be able to indulge their interest in clothes and fashion without it seeming frivolous or that they don't care about their jobs enough.
“In this country there is still a stigma attached to clearly enjoying how you look and experimenting with it if you are a woman in the public eye and not in the fashion or entertainment business," she added.
Golden Globe winner Emily Blunt has been featured on the cover among architectural historian Shumi Bose, charity director Brita Fernandez Schmidt, ice-cream creator Kitty Travers and many more to appear in the issue.
Shulman has been known for an open-minded philosophy by criticizing designers' tiny sample sizes they were offering for shoots and unhealthily thin models.