British Vogue presented the covers of the July issue. The cover stars are women who courageously worked and fought with the COVID-19 pandemic in London: a midwife Rachel Millar, a train driver Narguis Horsford, and a cashier in the supermarket Anisa Omar.
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“After the 8pm clapping fades, I hope the NHS won’t be forgotten.” For the July 2020 issue of #BritishVogue three front-line heroes star on the cover, photographed by @Jamie.Hawkesworth. In east London, Rachel Millar, a community midwife, has been cycling around the borough, attending to soon-to-be and new mothers, delivering babies and assuaging anxieties. Meet Rachel and a host of other inspiring workers – from labour ward co-ordinator Philippa Crisp to the director of vaccine development, Melanie Saville – in the new issue, on newsstands and available for digital download Friday 5 June. Click the link in bio to read more about the three key worker cover stars.
Also, British Vogue has prepared a 20-page portfolio devoted to the true heroes of the pandemic: doctors, nurses, teachers, epidemiologists, and many others. For 10 days, a photographer Jamie Hawkesworth, armed with only a camera, face mask, and bicycle, took photos of these unseen heroes.