- Vogue is like the Bible of fashion magazines worldwide
- To be featured in one is a huge honour and our Mzansi celebs are not being left behind
- Briefly.co.za put together a list of a few of our stars who have graced Vogue pages
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Vogue is one of the most prestigious magazine brands in the world.
To be recognised by Vogue is to certainly be put in quite an elite international league.
Briefly.co.za made a list of a few of our stars who have featured in the publication.
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1. Thuso Mbedu
Actress Thuso Mbedu made the list of the Vogue UK 8 Sensational Rising Stars To Watch.
Vogue called her one of the most exciting faces to watch on the small screen.
2. Enhle Mbali
Actress Enhle Mbali is another local celeb who made it into Vogue.
In 2019, her clothing brand Essie Apparel, was featured in Vogue Italia Magazine.
Last year, Briefly.co.za reported that Enhle helped to dress Beyonce for the Global Citizens concert.
3. Thando Hopa
In 2019, model Thando Hopa made history by becoming the first woman living with albinism to appear on the cover of Vogue.
She appeared in Vogue Portugal's “African Motherland” edition.
4. Sho Madjozi
In 2018, Sho Madjozi was announced as one of the Vogue 100 stars to look out for in 2019.
Well, no truer prediction could have been made as Sho achieved some incredible things last year.
Most notably was her hit song, John Cena,
5. Thembisa Nxumalo
Stylish Afrocentric actress Thembisa Nxumalo made it onto the pages of Vogue Italia.
The media personality was featured walking the ramp in a collection by African Style Story.
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