California-born, biracial model Binx Walton is styled by Ludivine Poiblanc in ‘Craftwork’. The sophisticated collection of ‘70s-inspired patterns and artisanal detailing calls out to global free spirits on every continent. Josh Olins is in the studio for WSJ Magazine April 2019. / Hair by Tomo Jidai’ makeup by Maki Ryoke
British music talent Dua Lipa covers the January 2019 issue of British Vogue, joined by actor Laetitia Wright and model Binx Walton for the ‘Youth Quake’ editorial. In an issue devoted to the future, it’s fitting that photographer Nadine Ijewere is the first woman of color to shoot any Vogue cover, anywhere in the world. And to reinforce the trend of an epic rise of women of color in fashion, politics and culture, Laetitia Wright’s movies are the top movie box office draw in 2018. No man comes close.
W Magazine says goodbye to Edward Enninful and he says goodbye to them in his new role as editor-in-chief of British Vogue. Forgetting for one moment all the problems in America's cities and heartland, too, 'Defy' is an American love story straight out of 'West Side Story'..
From the beginning of his groundbreaking tenure at W, departing creative and fashion director Edward Enninful has not only created wildly exciting fantasies, but also fearlessly tackled important issues of race and gender in his fashion editorials, along the way opening doors for more diversity in fashion. For his last September issue, he didn't disappoint. Casting the likes of Binx Walton, Aleece Wilson, Hiandra Martinez, Jasmine Sanders and more, he's collaborated with Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for Defy', which W editor in chief Stefano Tonchi says is "destined to become another one of my favorites." Enninful's ultimate message?