Greta Thunberg has tirelessly campaigned for environmental action in response to climate change—her message is no joke. History will reflect well on those heeding the call, but the sobering truth is that history won’t amount to a damn thing without a habitable planet on which to sustain it. Vogue Paris devotes its November 2019 issue to ecology and to that end has tapped Erika Linder and photographer Mikael Jansson for the cover. It was nine months ago when Erika claimed her excellent February cover of French Vogue, also by Jansson, and her latest is no less striking, bleached brows and all! Shot in her native Sweden, Erika is pictured wearing a hat and cape by Missoni and jumper and jumper by M Missoni.

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Credits include: Publication, Vogue Paris Nº1002; Photography, Mikael Jansson; Styling, Emmanuelle Alt; Hair, James Pecis; Makeup, Benjamin Puckey; Set design, Joel Junsjö.

Erika Linder | Vogue Paris November 2019 (Photography: Mikael Jansson)

Erika Linder | Vogue Paris November 2019 (Photography: Mikael Jansson)