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If you’ve been active on Twitter this week, you’re likely to have seen a trend of new Vogue “covers.”
These trends might feature your neighbor, family, co-worker, or favorite celebrity.
The DIY front pages stem from the #VogueChallenge, a viral endeavor to create your own magazine cover.
It’s fitting the challenge began with a tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Although the vogue trend started with Oslo-based student Salma Noor when she first posted a black and white shot of herself by photographer, Angèlique Culvin, with the Vogue logo and a headline reading, “being Black is not a crime” as a kind of protest.
She said, “I am a Black, young Muslim woman who wanted to create something new while speaking on something that is very important, I chose Vogue because it’s the standard one strives to reach, and it is one of my favorite magazines.”
It’s nice to see Nigerians jumping on the #Voguechallenge and trust me they didn’t come to play or disappoint.
Below are some of the photos we spotted.
— YanjuSofine🕊 (@YanjuStephens1) June 10, 2020
— GBEMI (@Gbemiomokanye) June 10, 2020
— FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER. (@TheDejiOluokun) June 10, 2020
— Proмeтнeαɴ (@FelixCrown2) June 10, 2020
— Daniel Obasi (@iamdanielobasi) June 9, 2020
I'm so delighted to join the #VogueCoverChallenge. Age is just but a number. I know #KOT will not disappoint to push my photos to world trendsmap.#VogueChallenge #VogueChallengeKE pic.twitter.com/dt9xInsBKu
— Sheilah Sheldone (@SheilahSheldone) June 12, 2020
— Rakia Moctar Karimou (@rakiamoctar__) June 12, 2020
— Phot-ó-gr-āh-ph-ÿ (@ShellingsonSA) June 12, 2020
— ṣadé (@ShadeyBangs) June 12, 2020