In a significant effort towards diversity and inclusivity in the fashion industry, British Vogue released its first-ever braille edition and an audio format of the May issue, to ensure greater accessibility for the blind and partially sighted. At a time when the world is becoming increasingly aware of the importance of accessibility and inclusion in all aspects of life, Vogue's ground breaking move is a promising indication of the industry's commitment to making fashion and media accessible to all. The theme of the May issue of British Vogue, "Reframing Fashion," is dedicated to disability justice, accessibility, and pride. It showcases 19 disabled people from fashion, athletics, activism, and the arts, and emphasizes the significance of building a society in which everyone has a chance to participate and achieve. The editor-in-chief, Edward Enninful, who is himself partially blind, expressed his excitement at the braille edition's release, and the warm response it received, but warned that Vogue and the fashion and publishing industries, often accused in the past of ignoring people with disabilities, still have a lot of work to do, to create tangible and lasting changes.