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British Vogue Celebrates Courage In The Face Of Adversity With 3 Essential Workers On It July Cover

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British Vogue Magazine releases it July Cover for 2020 and they are celebrating 3 Essential Worker working so hard in the line of the pandemic.

Vogue tags it “The New Front Line.”

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Here is British Vogue Caption :

For the July 2020 issue of #BritishVogue, the magazine turns its spotlight on the UK’s front-line heroes, and pays thanks to the extraordinary contribution they have made during the pandemic. For this month’s special gatefold cover, @Jamie.Hawkesworth photographed three women – including Narguis Horsford, a London Overground train driver – alongside a host of other inspiring key workers, from NHS staff to shopkeepers, teachers and postal workers. See the portfolio 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.

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Here is British Vogue caption :

“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.

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Here is British Vogue Caption :

For the July 2020 issue of #BritishVogue, three front-line heroes star on the cover, photographed by @Jamie.Hawkesworth. Millions are waking every morning, saying goodbye to their families and getting on with their day to ensure that the cogs of the country continue to turn. Supermarket assistant Anisa Omar is one such key worker who can be found on the tills in Waitrose, in London’s King’s Cross. “Before the pandemic, my job was not really that big a deal, but now it’s like we’re important,” she tells Vogue. Meet Anisa and a host of other inspiring workers in the new issue, interviewed by British Vogue’s Features Editor @OEMarks, 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.

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