Vogue Arabia's latest cover features a woman in the driver's seat - and other covers that changed everything

Vogue Arabia's June 2018 cover is out and it features the HRH Princess Hayfa Bint Abdullah Al Saud, photographed by Boo George.

Seated in the driver's seat, this cover is especially relevant and powerful as women will be allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia from 24 June 2018, reports The National. This not only means that women will be more mobile, but that they will also be able to work in driving-related jobs. 

READ MORE: WATCH: A few predictions on what driving for Saudi women will be like

And over the years there have been so many boundary-breaking covers, here are just a few: 

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