The fashion editor and editor-in-chief Anna Wintour broke her feature on the cover of the magazine in February and was elected Vice President Kamala Harris, which caused controversy when it was prematurely leaked in silence last weekend.
According to Wintour, the magazine’s creative team believes that casual dressing is the best choice at the moment, which is closely related to the country’s epidemic and turbulent country. She did not comment on the lighting of the image.
“When the two images arrived in fashion, everyone felt very, very strong, the less formal portrait of the vice chairman and the president-elect truly reflected the moment we live in,” she said in a statement. “We are in the midst of… the most terrible pandemic that is taking lives in one minute. We feel that we are reflecting this tragic moment in global history, a less formal scene, which is very, very accessible. It is approachable and truly embodies the icon of Biden-Harris’ campaign…”
“What we want, but to celebrate the amazing victory and important moment of Vice President-elect Harris, this is in the history of the United States, especially for the color of women, all over the world,” Wintour told the New York Times. Said in a statement. credit: Edward Berthelot/Getty Images
He wrote: “Harris wearing her ubiquitous Converse sneakers is a desirable job. I predict that this will set a trend for all young women around the world, wearing like Kamala. ·Kamala Harris clothes.” “Weaving controversy is completely absurd.”
Kara Swisher, host of the podcast “Sway,” read Wintour’s statement as a prelude to her interview a few days before the leak. In a subsequent interview, Wintour said that Harris chose her clothes as the cover image and explained that she had a “very sure sense of style.” She was optimistic about the upcoming cover, calling it “happy and optimistic.”
She said: “I can’t imagine anyone will actually find this cover, but that’s for sure.” “(This is an image of a woman who controls her own life, and it will bring us… the leadership we need. To me, this is just a very important but positive statement about women and women. Power.”