This year was definitely an interesting one for our favorite glossy pictures. It started with the news that Glenda Bailey had left Harper & # 39; s Bazaar after 19 years. Then the pandemic forced magazines to get creative when it came to content production. Vogue Paris & # 39; Emmanuelle Alt and InStyle Laura Brown came for the occasion. Other editors have stepped up as well. Edward Enninful thanked the front workers with a trio of British Vogue covers, while American Vogue Anna Wintour provided a symbolic cover with a previously unpublished Irving Penn photo.
Social injustice also had an effect on glossy pictures this year. Two black artists illustrated covers for the important September issue of American Vogue . Meanwhile, the September cover of British Vogue focused on activism.
We are also pleased that the diversity is increasing in all categories this year . There was a record breaking breach of racial inclusivity. Along with smaller peaks in size, age and gender representation. Bottom line? The numbers are encouraging. However, there is real concern that these hikes are temporary. We'll have to wait and see what 2021 brings.
Now that 2020 is coming to an end, it is time to look back on its ups and downs. Here are the best and worst cover pictures of 2020.
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