The most influential women in England by Vogue
British Vogue presented its rating of “the 25 most influential women” working in the UK. It included representatives of various professions, of different ages and different racial backgrounds.
The youngest of them was the 22-year-old singer Dua Lipa, and the most adult – the 73-year-old Baroness Richmond Brenda Hale – chairman of the Supreme Court of Great Britain.
The list also included academician and writer Sinead Burke. In 2018, Burke, whose growth was only 1.04 m, made a sensation at the fashion week in London, then tried on Burberry and Dior for the cover of the most influential fashion edition – The Business of Fashion. Her presentation for the TED project under the heading Why Design Should Include Everyone (“Why Design Should Be Developed for Everyone”) has collected 1.2 million views.
The ranking of the most influential women also included actress Letyisha Wright, writer Joan Rowling, purchasing director of Matchesfashion online retailer Natalie Kingham, designer Stella McCartney, lawyer Amal Clooney, Edie Campbell and Adwaa Aboa models, and new British pet Megan Markle.
Among the lesser known names are the biochemist Priyanka Joshi, the television producer Orla Doherty, the leader of the Conservative Party of Scotland Ruth Davidson, the operating director of the Manchester United football club Collette Roche, the artistic director of the Royal Court Theater Vicky Featherstone and others.