Vogue's new editor Edward Enninful gives the magazine a whole new look. (Pic: Instagram)

When Edward Enninful was named the new editor of Vogue, he said he wanted to give the magazine a whole new look.

But there were some very familiar faces at a glamorous party to celebrate his debut issue last night.

Enninful, 45, was joined by a host of stars including Kate Moss and Stella McCartney at the exclusive River Cafe in London.

The December edition’s cover girl, British model Adwoa Aboah, 25, who looked striking in a silk dress with a floral overlay, showed her support with a thumbs-up.

When all you can do is smile and giggle. I love you @edward_enninful #newvogue

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Jenna Coleman, who stars in ITV’s Victoria, oozed classic elegance in a silver gown while James Bond actress Naomie Harris wore a fashion-forward knitted outfit.

Fresh from her Spain wedding to Michael Fassbender, actress Alicia Vikander dazzled in a white dress.

Photographer David Bailey, 79, who himself revolutionised Vogue in the 1960s with a shift in focus towards artists, singers and actors instead of just models, looked more casual in his jeans and trainers than some of the other guests, especially next to his model wife Catherine.

Enninful is Vogue’s first black and first male editor in its 101-year history. The Ghanaian-born stylist promised to bring more diversity.

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