For July’s British Vogue, they featured three front-line workers — Narguis Horsford, who drives a train; Rachel Millar, a midwife; and Anisa Omar, a supermarket assistant — on their cover, and interviewed them about what it’s been like to keep working during the pandemic.

Edward Enningful wrote:

British Vogue has always reflected the times – after all, the British edition of the magazine was conceived during the first World War when the American edition couldn’t be transported to readers overseas. So, I wanted to record this moment in history, to document the times that we are living in and the people who have kept this country going.

They’re also just very well-done shots; they were snapped by Jamie Hawkesworth. Flip through and take a look.