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Vogue Features Workers Instead of Models in its Newest Cover

Move over, models! The essential workers are taking over Vogue’s July 2020 edition.

  • British Vogue is dedicating their July 2020 edition for the essentialworkers of U.K.
  • Editor-in-chief Edward Enninful featured three people namely Narguis Horford, Rachel Millar, and Anisa Omar for the cover.
  • The three are given the spotlight for their “bravery and dedication in helping others.”

Top fashion magazine British Vogue has set out to dedicate its July 2020 issue to pay tribute to millions of UK workers for their “bravery and dedication in helping others.”

Editor-in-chief Edward Enninful decided to put three essential workers on its cover: a London Overground train driver, an east London midwife, and a King’s Cross supermarket assistant. He said that at this time, the society had shifted its attention to the workers, “who are not usually afforded the spotlight.”


Know more about these amazing wokers below:

Narguis Horsford, London Overground train driver

Narguis Horsford of Bounds Green, North London has worked the local government transport system Transport for London (TFL) in Greater London, Englan, for ten years. She has been driving London Overground trains for five years, going through the route based at a Willesden Junction depot from Stratford to Richmond Junction and Gospel Oak to Barking. 

She wakes up early and starts her shift asa driver at 1:30 in the morning. Because of the pandemic, she lives alone in isolation from her grandmother. Her family is worried about her but she claims to feel no anxiety at all. 

“This has certainly shown us that life is short. And we can’t take anything for granted,” Narguis shared.

Rachel Millar, community midwife in East London

24-year-old Rachel Millar has been a community midwife at Homerton Hospital, East London for the past three years. Born in Northern Ireland, Cookstown, Rachel got a degree in midwifery from the Uni of East Anglia after she witnessed birth during the lambing season at her grandparents’ farm.

Rachel also shared how she encountered kindness as a frontliner during the pandemic. According to her, she lost her bicycle and within hours, a colleague at Homerton Hospital raised over £500 online and with another friend’s help, she received a new electric bike from a local company.

Anisa Omar, supermarket assistant in King’s Cross

Supermarket assistant Anisa Omar is a 21-year-old Business Management student who has been working at Waitrose in King’s Cross for a year now

Anisa said that the pandemic has made people more compassionate. “They understand that we’re here all the time, and they don’t have to leave their houses,” she remarked.

Photographer Jamie Hawkesworth also showed the different sides of the women workers appearing on British Vogue July 2020.
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  • Stephen Wamukota, 9, just joined 67 others as the youngest presidential awardee in Kenya.
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  • However, the videographer refused a refund and even posted harsh words about the couple.

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  • Like other 13-year-olds, he is now looking forward to spending his summer vacation playing video games.

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