Why are you being criticized for being the cover model for black Vice President Harris?
U.S. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is receiving harsh criticism in the February issue of Vogue, which appeared as a cover girl.
On the 11th (Korean time), Vogue magazine released a cover photo of Camilla Harris.
In the released pictorial, President-elect Kamala Harris was seen wearing skinny pants and sneakers that fit perfectly in a white blouse and black jacket. He stands with an awkward smile in front of a background decorated with colorful patterned and silky pink cloth.
Overseas netizens who saw this responded, “It’s time for Anna Wintour (Vogue editor) to retire,” “Is this the best?” and “It’s literally a mess.”
Some people criticized the magazine, comparing it to the previously released pictorial. In the Elle pictorial, Camilla Harris is sitting on a chair and complementing her body shape.
Writer Wazahat Ali tweeted the photo and said, “It’s a total mess. Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief, said she would have no black friends and colleagues.
“Camala Harris has white skin like colored women,” a Twitterian said. “I think she knows that she enjoys comfortable pants and suits, but I don’t know what she wanted to express.”
According to a New York magazine article, Yasar Ali, the pictorial is not what the Harris team expected.
In addition to the photo, Vogue released additional cover cuts wearing blue suits. It is known as the cut that Harris and his team had agreed on as cover.
Currently, Camilla Harris has not commented on the pictorial.