Vogue editor Edward Enninful goes for style over substance in this self-aggrandizing memoir

I must confess that I didn’t know much about Edward Enninful until I read his new memoir, A Visible Man, and what I saw didn’t pique my interest. He is credited with bringing a new variety to the pages of British Vogue he edits, but with a certain sensibility – mine – that only seemed like using unattainably beautiful women of color to express the same old fashion fantasies to sell.

At a time when the biggest stars can co-opt the press, escaping any true self-reflection, he’s allowed Beyoncé and Meghan Markle to guest-edit their own issues Fashion – yuk. And accounts of his leadership style have portrayed him as Anna Wintour rather than Anna herself. Well, maybe that could be entertaining, especially if he puts his faith in André Leon Talley and settles old scores with the book.

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