LOVE Island host Maya Jama rubs shoulders with A-list legends in a stunning new Vogue cover shoot.
Maya takesof place in one artistic black and white shot, perching on a stool in stylish lingerie complete with stockings and suspenders.
Her sleek ravenfalls over her shoulders as she gazes directly at the camera, comfortable among her superstar peers.
In another picture she smiles beside Anya Taylor-Joy and Jameela Jamil inside a studio in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.
The British Vogue edition’s March cover, shot by legendary snapper Steven Meisel and protege Ned Rogers, is the final one overseen by outgoing editor Edward Enninful.
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Celebrating all ethnicities, he used all of his pullingto bring in 40 female icons for the farewell edition.
Enninful said: “It was clear to all of us on the team that no one woman could or should encapsulate these past few years for the magazine. What we needed was a group, to lean into the power of the collective to bring to life what I hope has been a daring, disruptive and evolutionary period in Vogue’s history.
“They also – by dint of extraordinary impact, force of personality, style and influence – needed to have reached beyond fashion and culture to change the fabric of society in the 2020s, in ways small and large and always positive.”
An army of hair and makeup talent worked their magic to get the celebs, who had jetted in from around the world especially for the shoot, into camera-ready condition.
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On the cover, a beaming Oprah in a black suit takes the centre position while Hollywood legend Jane Fonda sits just behind her.
Maya can be seen in the bottom left corner, kneeling demurely in arguably the raunchiest of the outfits on show.
Behind the scenes, there looked to be a relaxed camaraderie between the women.
Maya managed to get a smiley selfie with Oprah, while there was laughter in a group shot that featured Adwoa Aboah, Dua Lipa and Karlie Kloss.
The celebs loved being part of it, with Serena Williams writing of Enninful on Instagram: “You are a star love you!”
Cara Delevingne said: “We love you.”
But some fans felt there were notable omissions such as Beyoncé, Taylor Swift and the Kardashians.
Meanwhile, it’s the second time Maya has graced the prestigious magazine’s cover.
She featured last August, which was some way to mark her birthday month.
The telly favourite opened up about her split from Stormzy, which happened four years before they rekindled their flame last year.
She told the fashion bible: “None of us really knew the level of importance it held to a certain group of people, us being together.
“We were both super ambitious. We were both from similar upbringings and we were both just little grafters that have made something good of ourselves.”
Asked about their split which followed four years of, Maya admitted: “It was lovely when it was lovely, and then you move.”
Discussing how she dealt with the break up, Maya shared: “Yeah, I’ve got that harshness. I don’t want revenge, I just want you to always feel like, “I’m so f**king sad I’ve lost them.” You’re going to miss my presence based on my absence.
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“The best thing you can do is try and do everything that made you happy before you met them.”
See the full feature in the March issue of British, available via digital download and on newsstands from Tuesday 13 February.