By Damilola Faustino
Dua Lipa has been named one of Britain’s most influential women on a new list published by Vogue.
The fashion publication’s inaugural list, The Vogue 25, is celebrating “an extraordinary cast of leaders who are defining – and redefining – the way we live now”.
Lipa is the youngest entrant on the list at the age of 22, and is described by Vogue as “a culture definer” – with special praise being given to her 2017 hit single ‘New Rules’, which is hailed as “an anthem of female empowerment [and] laid out a blueprint for modern sex lives”.
The artiste is joined on The Vogue 25 by the likes of The Duchess of Sussex-Meghan Markle, Black Panther and Black Mirror star Letitia Wright, and JK Rowling.
Amal Clooney, Orla Doherty and Grace Ladoja – who manages Skepta – were also among the women to be recognised.
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