The 14 British Vogue August 2020 covers were created in collaboration with some of the most renowned artists and photographers in the UK. All of the magazine covers explore the idea of what it means to "reset," which is a much-needed message during what has been an uneasy and tumultuous year for the world as a collective.
Each cover design features a local landscape from each creator—for David Hockney, that's a wheat field near Fridaythorpe in Yorkshire or a view of Carbost, Isle of Skye, as captured by photographer Nadine Ijewere’s iPhone camera. Within the pages of British Vogue August 2020, readers will find an essay called All Across the Land by Helen Macdonald that also fits into the magazine issue's overarching theme of "reset."
Image Credit: British Vogue