It’s a classic social media quandary: you wake up to see that your friend has tagged you in a new photo. You go look at the post. The light has washed you out, you don’t know what you’re doing with your hands, and your smile is pained, as if you’re greeting a frenemy who just bumped into you in the grocery line. Your friend has, unintentionally you hope, put you in a terrible picture.
All that just happened to Vice President Elect Kamala Harris. Except the travesty has been captured, for us all to cringe at, on the cover of Vogue’s February issue.
This is not a critique of Harris’ appearance, or her ubiquitous, nothing-to-see here all-black style. Her styling for the cover, shot by Tyler Mitchell, aligns with the story she continues to tell us through her clothes, which exude an unfussy warmth.
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