Thanks to a project curated by the Duchess of Sussex entitled 'Voices For Change', Cox will become the first out trans woman featured on the cover of British Vogue.
“I am completely overwhelmed and overjoyed to share this cover,” Cox wrote in an Instagram post about the historic opportunity. “Being on the cover of Vogue magazine has been a dream of mine since I was a child. To get to share this cover with a group of women who inspire me, who are truly forces of change is deeply humbling.”While she will be the first out trans person on British Vogue's cover, it won't be the first time the magazine has had a trans person grace its pages.
During her modeling career the then 25 year Ashley was photographed for British Vogue by fashion photographer David Bailey.
The Voices for Change edition guest edited by HRH the Duchess of Sussex, features Cox along with 14 other women that include Salma Hayek Pinault, Christy Turlington Burns, Jane Fonda, Gemma Chan, Sinead Burke and more.
Congrats to Laverne for blazing a trail once again and being an eloquent voice and possibility model for our community.
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