I mean, before I got the job, I spoke to certain women and they felt that they were not represented by the magazine. So I wanted to create a magazine that was sort of open and friendly. A bit like a shop, but you're not scared to walk into, but I know that my Vogue will have to be different.
The way we look at sort of employ people for the magazine, the way young people enter, we have to sort of open the funnel. We have to go to the inner cities. We have to go to different schools. I feel it's the entry point that really has to be tackled.
When I saw it in the 90s, sample size was a 4 and a 6, and now it's a 00. I feel it's a conversation the whole industry has to partake in.