Vogue Magazine Denies Accusations of Blindsiding VP-elect Kamala Harris With THIS Controversial Cover

Uh oh, somebody doesn’t have their story straight!

While Vogue insiders have since denied the accusations, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris was reportedly “blindsided” by the photo selected for the cover of an upcoming issue.

Allegedly, the cover photo selected was not the one agreed upon by the magazine and the VP-elect. Sources note that both Harris’ team and Vogue magazine chose an image of Harris in a powder-blue suit with an orange background as the February cover.

 

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Vogue says otherwise.

“Both looks were selected by the VP-elect and her team,” insiders tell the NY Post.

They also add that Harris selected the photo with the pink and green background to pay homage to her sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

 

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“Our approach to working with Vice President-elect Harris and her team was to capture here as a leader and as a person, and as she was most comfortable, and so we collaborated closely on all creative decisions, including that she would dress and style herself for the shoot,” they continued. ” Vogue selected the image for the print cover that we felt captured her personality and authenticity. Obviously, we love both images and are celebrating both covers digitally.”

Speculation that her skin tone was lightened for the cover has also been denied.

Huffington Post contributor, Yashar Ali, reports that Harris’ team definitely believes that they were blindsided.

“This is not the cover that the Vice President-elect’s team expected,” Ali wrote in a tweet. ” The agreed-upon cover had VP-elect Harris in a powder blue suit. So folks feel blindsided this evening.”

 

 

Whew, whose story do you believe?

 

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