(New York) Lay Magazine Vogue, Criticized the photo of Kamala Harris in the February issue, releasing a new edition with a different photo, which is considered more “valuable” for the future vice president of the United States.
“In recognition of the interest in online coverage and to celebrate this historic moment, we are going to publish a limited number of special inaugural issues,” a Cond Nast Group spokesman said Tuesday. Vogue.
The magazine faced criticism last week when he considered a photo of Kamala Harris in sneakers for the cover of the print edition of the February issue to be “too casual” and equated with a nomination. Democratic tandem formed by Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
The shot was chosen to harm a more classic photo, showing Kamala Harris in a light blue pants suit, with arms crossed in a neutral background.
Two photos of black photographer Tyler Mitchell appear together in the online edition of the magazine.
Some have accused him of wanting to “whiten” the skin color of the first woman to be elected to the American vice presidency.
These criticisms forced the almighty patron Vogue, Anna Wintour, competed during major protests against racial inequality in 2020, last Tuesday to justify her choice.
“She has no intention of underestimating the importance of the vice-appointed person’s incredible success,” she assured.