Kamala Harris, the forthcoming Vice President of the United States, graces the cover of the American “Vogue” magazine. But it turns out that this was not the cover the parties had agreed on. Moreover, many Twitter users found the final choice a bit tasteful.
Melania Trump didn’t get the cover as a first lady, but now that a new administration takes office, it looks like it is Vogue Are the scouts back at the White House. The cover of the February issue is honored by the presence of Kamala Harris, the first Vice President of the United States. It was photographer Tyler Mitchell, who became the first African American to create the cover photo for the September 2018 issue of Vogue He was allowed to make, in part thanks to the celebrity who took his place in front of his lens: Beyoncé.
Opinions are divided over his portrayal of Cala Harris. to me The Huffington PostJournalist Yashar Ali puts the magazine on the shelves with a “wrong” cover. According to him, Harris’ team had made agreements with him Vogue About the final image, but eventually decided to post a different picture, without informing Harris. This is not common.
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Ali said they agreed on the photo that shows Harris in a blue Michael Kors jumpsuit with a soft orange-yellow background. But in the photo on the cover of the physical magazine, Harris is wearing a black Donald Dale suit with her beloved Converse sneakers underneath. The background is based on the colors of her Howard University student club. According to Ali this is unacceptable Vogue Unbeknownst to Harris posted the photo. He writes that the incoming Vice President’s team therefore had an unpleasant surprise.
Vogue He later responded via a statement. We chose this image for the printed cover, not for the online cover (The cover initially agreed upon will ultimately serve as the cover for the digital copy, edited.), Because we think Vice President Harris is photographed well this way. Precisely because it looks so accessible and very original, it is a spearhead of the Biden Harris government. We salute both covers and do not distinguish. For us she is equally powerful in both pictures.
The fact that the cover wearing the Vice President in sneakers was finally chosen has also sparked a lot of criticism from Twitter users. Many consider it a sloppy and unprofessional image. I want to re-shoot with my smartphone, I am absolutely convinced that the end result will be better than what we see now on a cover Vogue Served, ‘someone writes.
Others criticized the design, lighting, and choice of that wallpaper. “Vogue She knows Kamala loves her club, jumpsuits, comfy shorts, and all-stars. So it looks like she put it all together for this cover. So it gives Vogue The impression that they can’t decide whether she goes to a fancy hair salon, to the Senate, or wants to go jog.