British Vogue has published its own version of the list of the 25 most influential women of the year.
In 2022, the word “inspiring” is being used so loosely that it risks losing its meaning. But what else to call those who entered the top 25 Vogue this year? The list includes outstanding women who succeed in various areas of life,
— reads the preface to the list.
It includes not only celebrities, but also activists, as well as women who have gone through unimaginable trials and demonstrated resilience in the most difficult life situations.
The editors honored designer Victoria Beckham, whose appearance in her own brand dress at the wedding of her eldest son was one of the most important fashion events of the year: retailer Net-a-Porter recorded a 200% increase in searches for a metallic slip dress.
Victoria and David Beckham at their son's wedding Brooklyn
Neighboring her on the list is Queen Elizabeth II, who this year celebrated her 70th birthday on the throne.
During a turbulent period for the royal family, the breadth of the celebration was a testament to the enduring and unwavering the Queen's popularity both at home and abroad,
— wrote in Vogue.
The film industry on the list is Killing Eve star Jodie Comer and Emma Thompson, who starred in the comedy Good Luck Leo Grande, which has become perhaps the most talked about film of the year. Thompson plays a 60-year-old woman who enlists the services of a young sex worker in search of sexual satisfaction. The film was critically acclaimed and sparked an important conversation about desire and shame.
Still from the film “Good luck to you, Leo Grande”
Among the athletes, tennis player Emma Radukanu was noted. The fashion industry on the list is not only Victoria Beckham. The editors of Vogue also acknowledged Nancy Dojaka, founder of the celebrity-adored brand of the same name, and Chanel CEO Lina Nair.
Various activists also made the list: Jebeena Yasmine Islam, who fights against violence against women, Mariella Frostrup, who launched a site where women can learn more about menopause, Nazanin Zagari-Ratcliffe, who returned to the UK from Iran, where she was arrested on espionage charges in 2016, and devoted herself to charity.
Among The most influential women of the year were also Baroness Valerie Amos, who became the first black woman to be awarded the Order of the Garter, and chef and food blogger Olya Hercules, who launched a charity event to help Ukraine.