Kamala Harris has become many firsts for the United States. First Female Vice President, first Black Vice President, first South-Asian Vice President, and now first Vice President to appear on the cover or covers of American Vogue. The covers have become quite controversial though, as it’s been reported Anna Wintour & Vogue changed the intended cover the Harris’ team expected. Twitter, Instagram, the Washington Post were alight with comments and opinions on the cover. I want to break down the covers, the designers involved, the history of FLOTUS on the cover, and how we shouldn’t expect all that much fashion from Kamala just because she’s a woman!
Darnell Jamal Lisby: https://www.instagram.com/darnelljamal
Robin Givhan’s Washington Post article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/01/10/vogue-got-too-familiar-too-fast/
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