Gabriela Herstik
July 07, 2017 3:36 pm
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After British Vogue appointed Edward Enninful as editor-in-chief in April, the fashion and art world have had their eyes peeled to see what the iconic stylist would bring to the magazine. And now it seems like we have more of an idea, since the glossy just announced that Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell will be contributing editors.

Not only have Naomi and Kate been on the fashion scene for decades, but they’ve both helped shape what fashion looks like today. Now, they also get to help shape what it looks like tomorrow.

Also joining the British Vogue staff is legendary stylist Grace Coddington, who made her name at British Vogue, working there for 19 years. She will be returning as a contributor. Film director Steve McQueen is also joining the masthead as a contributing editor.

In an interview with WWD, Enninful said,

The changes aren’t the only ones the magazine has in store. Apparently, we can expect even more new additions to the masthead. Of course, this means that the look of the magazine is going to change as well. But we can rest assured that it’s the best of the best shaping the future of the magazine.

We can’t wait to see what else British Vogue has in store.