Anala Ventur responds to Kamala Harris. Vogue Covered, which is said to insult the “whitewash” and vice president-elect.
The editor-in-chief defended the February cover, featuring Harris in a pair of pink-throated shoes in the background.
It is said that the image chosen for the cover was against his will and the other image that showed him in a powder blue suit on a golden background.
Ventor made it clear that the publication was not intended to “downplay” the people elected vice president, and that an honest mistake had been made.
Winter said in a statement, “Obviously we’ve heard and understood the reaction to the print cover and I just want to reiterate that it wasn’t our intention, either way, to be elected vice president. Downplay the importance of an incredible victory. ” Statement to New York Times.
Many social media users were annoyed with the cover as well as the styling and photo shoot.
According to users, the cover looks like a half-hearted attempt to photograph America’s first female vice president.