August 3rd, 2020

#VogueHope

All 26 editions of Vogue have united around the theme of hope. The collective aim is to celebrate hope and engender a worldwide positive vision of the future. Each Editor in Chief chose an image from their new issue and stated why it inspires hope for them. Anna Wintour said about the project “Hope may be hard to find at a moment of crisis, but it also feels more essential than ever. It’s part of our shared humanity, a source of delight and inspiration, and keeps us focused on a brighter future.”  Hear, hear.

Vogue Paris, Emmanuelle Alt

“In these difficult times, I am glad and honoured to be part of this incredible initiative, to unite the 26 worldwide editions of Vogue in one unique, strong voice. At Vogue Paris, we decided to highlight more than ever youth, diversity, inclusivity and awareness, which are to us the epitome of hope today.”

Vogue Germany, Christiane Arp

“In my eyes, professor and doctor Marylyn Addo embodies all our hope that sooner or later there will be a ‘normal’ again — a new normal, where nothing will be as it was before. As one of the worldwide-leading scientists in infectiology and virology, she is confident that there will be a vaccine against Covid-19 available soon. Her optimistic belief in global scientific teamwork without borders emphasises my hope for a world without any borders in our minds and hearts.”

Vogue Spain, Eugenia de la Torriente

The Edge of the Sea is an original artwork by Coco Capitán that perfectly sums up what most of our country has dreamt about during the last months: the freedom of the sea and the hope that the storm has passed. Coco is a brilliant Spanish artist that lensed this carefree picture when she was 18 years old in Mallorca. Almost 10 years later, her unique handwriting updates the image in a new world with a completely different meaning.”

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Floral stretch-lace tights

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Slanted-cuff leather knee-high boots

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Aiden sleeveless cashmere top

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  • Thanks for sharing this….so so wonderful. I’d love a copy of each!

    KathyAugust 4th, 2020  11:44 AM

     
  • There are an overwhelming number of crises today, but we can’t lose hope. We can’t effect change without it.

    PrestonAugust 4th, 2020  12:35 PM

     
  • I applaud this spirit and Vogue’s editors for thinking outside of the box. Shining the spotlight on hope and the possibility, necessity of change, is the emotion and action we all need right now. Great post!

    ellen marieAugust 5th, 2020  3:54 PM

     
  • I appreciate this so much. My subscription to Vogue is one of the very few I have continued…and I have subscribed since my 20s, so it has been over 40 years.

    SharonAugust 6th, 2020  9:55 AM

     

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