Kamala Harris is getting another printed Vogue cover.
The Vice President-Elect of the United States will be featured on a special edition alternate cover following backlash on social media for the original designs.
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Following the release of the original image, which featured the politician posing in Converse sneakers, fans called out the fashion magazine for the casual image.
Sources close to her camp said her team was “blindsided” by the cover after being told they’d use an image of her in a Michael Kors powder blue suit, which ended up only being used for the digital cover.
On Tuesday, Vogue confirmed on social media that the image would be printed, and gave a statement to Page Six.
“In recognition of the enormous interest in the digital cover, and in celebration of this historic moment, we will be publishing a limited number of special edition inaugural issues,” the magazine announced.
A source told the outlet it was a “gesture of goodwill combined with excitement about being able to publish this cover in time for this special day.”
Here’s what Anna Wintour said about the photography controversy.
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