Lupita Nyong’o Vogue British Cover – We Just Approved Her February Fashion & Film Cover for British Vogue
Lupita Nyong’o is kicking off the year in a good start, as she graces the front cover of Vogue’s February “Fashion & Film” issue, and 2020 brought this first-ever opportunity as this is her first time ever to appear in a vogue British cover, and now, 2020, everybody is about the Lupita Nyong’o Vogue British Cover and how she got a fair chance on the mag cover.
“2020 is looking bright, My first British Vogue cover thanks to Edward Enninful.”
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Enninful became all wordy and expressive about Lupita Nyong’o Vogue British Cover, and how he thought and made up his mind for such a moment.
“Sometimes, a performance can move you so profoundly that you leave the cinema positively reeling. This was my experience all the way back in March last year when I first saw Lupita Nyong’o take on her double role in Jordan Peele’s brilliant and unsettling movie Us,” he explains in his editor’s note.
“I called my team straightaway. I instantly knew I wanted her for the cover of this year’s Fashion and Film issue, our third annual celebration of the best cinema performances of the previous 12 months.”
Kudos Lupita for all the energy of the very moment that shot you into this space.
At DCW, we profoundly believe that fashion and film share a level of DNA, and having a slice of Lupita Nyong’o Vogue British Cover is only positive energy to Hollywood and the home of fashion.
In detailing her outfits, Lupita showed off a page of her melanin pipping skin in a Louis Vuitton dress for a version of Lupita Nyong’o Vogue British Cover.
The Kenyan actress took time out to share some of her greatest ideology and work ethics, which one of them is her passion over-ambition in things to get done.
” I claim ambition but I get very compulsive about the thing I am passionate about, to the point of not sleeping. It’s very impractical. I fight the barriers that I form for myself, because they’re often ridiculous.”
About letting money be the chief motivator for what’s ahead of you, she had this to say…
“I don’t get the fulfilment from the number of zeros attached to a project. What I’m seduced by us the potential to shift a narrative. That is very seductive to me, having social and cultural impact.”
About politics, the 36-year-old actress shared that she would rather vouch for what she’s certain about.
“there’s a lot going on in this world, a lot of causes that are noble. But I feel most useful when I have a personal connection. And the conviction to say something.”