Check The RunwayHaute CoversVOGUE UK Haute Covers: The New Frontline – Essential Workers – British VOGUE – July 2020 mjone1997 July 6, 2020July 9, 2020 British VOGUE, Haute Covers Anisa Omar is a supermarket assistant at the London King’s Cross branch of Watrose. She is in her second year of a Business Management degree at university and lives in Islington with her parents and three siblings. “Since I started at Waitrose, I’ve been on the tills. Recently, I’m on Rapid, which is a delivery service that provides for people who want quick items. So I’ve been doing people’s shopping for them, wrapping it up, and then we give it to a courier to take to the people’s houses.” Narguis Horsford is a train driver who has worked for Transport for London for 10 years having driven London Overground trains for 5 years. She lives in Bound Green, North London. “I am based at a depot in Willesden Junction, north-west London. I drive two routes: Stratford to Richmond/Clapham Junction and also Gospel Oak to Barking.” Rachel Millar has been a community midwife at Homerton Hospital, in east London, for almost 3 years. “Every week is different. I could be doing night shifts in the birth centre, antenatal clinics seeing women throughout their pregnancies, or postnatal home visits checking in on couples who have recently left the labour ward with their newborns.” The 3 key workers on the covers were photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth. This issue also highlights “a host of other inspiring key workers, from NHS staff to shopkeepers, teachers and postal workers.” Check out more here. CHECKED!