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From MadameNoire.com:

Cameroonian photographer Mario Epanya went all out in his campaign to make Vogue Africa a reality. In order to get publisher Conde Nast to see the potential in the magazine–that would pay homage to African women–he created fictional covers, featuring gorgeous images, but it looks like it wasn’t enough.

Conde Nast has turned down ondé Nast said NO to an African license of VOGUEEpanya’s bid for the magazine. “DEAR ALL. The Wait is over. C. So this is the last cover. Enjoy, but it’s a beginning of something,” he posted on hisFacebook page.

Vogue is currently published in 18 countries and one region. Condé Nast has not officially commented on their decision. Ironically, Vogue Italia featured Epanya in a full feature.

Obviously, Vogue can still get away with a few editorials featuring Africans and African Americans sprinkled here and there. Although their “Black Issue” flew off the magazine racks in 2008, are you really surprised that Conde Nast rejected the idea?

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