Actresses Elizabeth Debicki, Sienna Miller, Simone Ashley, and Yasmin Finney star on the covers of British Vogue Magazine‘s December 2022 edition lensed by fashion photographer Scott Trindle. In charge of styling was Jack Borkett, with set design from Josh Stovell, and production by North Six. Beauty is work of hair stylist Eugene Souleiman, makeup artist Vassilis Theotokis, and manicurist Trish Lomax. Ashley wears look from Fendi with Chanel fine jewellery, Miller wears Ralph Lauren look and Cartier jewellery, Finney wears a dress by Supriya Lele with Chanel fine jewellery, and Debicki wears total look from DIOR with Dior Joaillerie.
The more you work in this industry, you see the holes, you see what shouldn’t be happening. I want to create sets where everyone feels equal. And I don’t want to be put in a certain box. I want to be in the driver’s seat. – Simone Ashley
When I got to 40, it was like coming out of a clearing. I felt so excited. As a young woman I was so trivialised and so insubstantial-seeming, but there’s very little that anyone can say to a 40-year-old woman. And I also don’t give a f**k. It was such a headline in my life – what people thought of me. It was so loud that I believed it. Now I’ve got to a point where it’s absolutely none of your business. I will do my job, I will be a pleasure to work with. I will raise my girl. And I will live my life. – Sienna Miller
All the people that doubted me, they’ve got nothing on me anymore, you know? Not that I did it for them. But it’s like the cherry on top. I just like to know that people are realising that everything I did from a young age, I wasn’t in the wrong. Everything I did was perfectly fine. – Yasmin Finney
I don’t have any big opinions about the Royal Family. But anyone who works on the show has a sense of how extremely difficult it is to be born into that [life]. The rules are sort of decided for you as well: less is more. Although, of course, Diana broke that rule. She broke the fourth wall, reaped the benefits, but the consequences came hard and heavy. – Elizabeth Debicki
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