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Editor in chief of British Vogue discusses inclusion and his new memoir, ‘A Visible Man’

Edward Enninful joins Washington Post Live on Thursday, Oct. 6. (Video: The Washington Post)

Edward Enninful is the editor in chief of British Vogue and the magazine’s European editorial director. Enninful joins Robin Givhan, The Washington Post’s senior critic-at-large, for a conversation about diversity and inclusion in the fashion industry, his unexpected journey and his new memoir, “A Visible Man.”

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Highlights

“Anna does a very great job doing what she does, and as I said to her the other day, ‘I am not after your job, but we work very well together.’ I’m really happy where I am.” – Edward Enninful (Video: Washington Post Live)
“People talk about ‘woke’… I don’t call it ‘woke,’ I call it what is right… In any situation I will try to do what I think is right… Sometimes I make mistakes, but hopefully I can follow my instincts… to try to do what’s right.” – Edward Enninful (Video: Washington Post Live)
“How do I create something with Beyoncé who’s done everything, or Rihanna who’s done everything?... Whether its Rihanna with a 1930s brow or Beyoncé on a horse with that huge hat, I always want to show the world a version of a person they haven’t seen before.” – Edward Enninful (Video: Washington Post Live)

Edward Enninful

Editor-in-Chief, British Vogue

European Editorial Director, Vogue

Author, “A Visible Man: A Memoir”

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