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Digital Subscriptions > Attitude > September 2018 > Editor in Chief’s Letter

Editor in Chief’s Letter

What are you wearing? Like, right now? Presumably your mother didn’t dress you, so you picked those clothes out yourself. Because we can’t walk around naked without getting arrested (I haven’t tried, but please feel free to give it a go and let me know how you get on), clothes are odd things that are a non-biological necessity of modern life. We can’t choose the skin we’re born in, but we can choose the second skin we wrap around ourselves. Whether you are The Devil Wears Prada chic or the devil in Primark high street, clothes can be an extension of your personality. And this is something many queer people — from drag queens to gay men and trans people — embrace. For our 300th issue, we decided to go back to Attitude’s roots and indulge our stylish side by showcasing not one, not two, but three out gay leaders from the world of fashion. Three men who have challenged the status quo of an industry.

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Attitude celebrates its 300th issue! Style special with new Vogue editor Edward Enninful, Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing & Lady Gaga designer Nicola Formichetti. Plus: Jack Haslam, Instagram stud Troy Pes, and the Hidden Flag Russia protestors.