The Professional Publishers Association (PPA) awarded the issue with the ‘Diversity Initiative of the Year’, It promptly commercial achievement, as disclosed by British Vogue editor manager Edward Enninful on Instagram.
“I’m really humbled to have been awarded Consumer Editor of the Year at the @PPA_Live grants,” he wrote, including, “I’m additionally excited to mention that #BritishVogue’s September 2019 #ForcesForChange issue guest-edited by the perfect and beautiful Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex @SussexRoyal – has won Diversity Initiative of the Year. Much obliged to my perfect team, the best editor could request. Here’s to more victories! #PPAAwards.”
The special, as well as unique edition of the magazine, highlighted a series of amazing women creating changes, who’s sabotage the obstacle.
Some of the most women are Adut Akech, Adwoa Aboah, Laverne Cox, Greta Thunberg, Yara Shahidi, Sinéad Burke, Fonda, Jameela Jamil, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
A post on the official @SussexRoyal Instagram account clarified, “The Duchess picked a differing various selection of ladies from varying backgrounds, each driving effect, and increasing equality, generosity, equity, and liberality. The sixteenth space on the cover, a mirror, was incorporated with the goal that once you hold the difficulty in your hands, you consider yourself to be a part of this collective.”
Meghan, spilling detail regarding her guest editorship with British Vogue stated, “Through this viewpoint, I trust you’ll feel the quality of the group in the diverse selection of ladies picked for the cover just as the team of support I called upon inside the issue to help expose this. I trust readers feel as inspired as I do, by the ‘Force for Change’ they’ll find inside these pages.”