British Vogue has announced its first trans columnist, according to a report published by the BBC. The magazine, which has been running for 125 years named Paris Lees as its latest writer.
Lees made history as the first openly trans person to be featured in the magazine in January, appearing in a Suffragettes special that ran in the February issue.
Lees credits Edward Enninful for the magazine’s new inclusive approach, noting to the BBC that the Editor was ‘breathing new life into this iconic brand’.
“We’ve still got a long way to go before we reach equality and it’s important we fight for all women,” she said.
Her column will cover life in the city as a millennial woman.