Ghanaian born editor-in-chief of British Vogue Edward Enninful is to release a memoir entitled A Visible Man.
“In the last two years, the frantic hustle of fashion slowed a little – and alongside it came a powerful moment of societal change. Suddenly, all the things I had worked so hard to champion in my career – inclusively, opportunity, beauty in all its forms – felt as if they were top of the agenda,” he wrote on Instagram.
“I’ve been extremely blessed with a platform to lead some of those conversations, and so – with a moment of calm to myself – the time had come to tell my own story for the first time.”
According to DAZED, “A Visible Man will trace Enninful’s journey from his childhood as a working class refugee in West London, to becoming i-D magazine’s youngest ever fashion magazine at the age of 19, to his eventual appointment to one of the most high-powered offices in fashion.”