Fury erupts over Vogue’s February cover featuring Kamala Harris as critics slam magazine for ‘white-washing’ the VP-elect and dressing her in Converse – prompting fresh calls for Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour to resign

A cover for Vogue’s February issue surfaced on Twitter over the weekend, showing Harris wearing a black suit jacket, white tee shirt, dark cropped pants and black lace-up sneakers (right). Dozens of fans came out to condemn the cover, saying the low-quality photo fell short of Vogue’s usual style standards and appeared to have lightened Harris’ skin. The vice president-elect has not publicly commented on the cover, but journalist Yashar Ali claimed on Twitter that her team had signed off on a different image. A few hours later Vogue published a photo of a second cover that appeared to match the one Ali said Harris had approved, showing her in a powder blue suit (left). Some critics were so upset with the cover that they called for Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour (inset) to resign.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail