After controversy erupted on US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ cowl for American Vogue journal, Anna Wintour has responded to all of the criticism that the journal has been getting.
Iconic Vogue editor Anna Wintour launched a press release on the controversy.
The quilt made it to headlines as Kamala Harris reportedly expressed her displeasure over the selection of garments and background that was chosen. There have been two choices reportedly, one which had Kamala Harris in a powder blue swimsuit together with her arms crossed, wanting like a boss bibe whereas the second was extra informal in its method as she sports activities an athleisure piece with sneakers that go along with the background of pink and inexperienced curtains. Formal or casual? Kamala Harris magazine cover starts a debate on social media
Reportedly, the US Vogue’s workforce and that of Kamala Harris had a disagreement over the selection between the 2 for the quilt. Whereas Kamala wished the swimsuit to make it to cowl, it was after all of the informal one which was picked for the quilt of her unfold.
Quickly after the quilt went on social media, netizens have been upset at this change and felt that it undermined the legitimacy of her place and energy. Additionally, that she is non-white, fuelled their responses towards the journal for casually making a degree about non-seriousness.
Defending their stance, Anna Wintour mentioned in a press release, “Clearly we heard and understood the response to the print cowl and I simply need to reiterate that our intention was completely to not diminish the significance of the unimaginable victory of the vice president-elect.”
Anna Wintour is editor-in-chief of Vogue.