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Kamala Harris Serves as ELLE’s November 2020 Cowl Star


Nina Garcia continues to point out rivals Anna Wintour and Samira Nasr that she’s capable of rating the crème de la crème for ELLE‘s entrance covers. During the last 10 months we’ve encountered Hailey Bieber, Sophie Turner, Dua Lipa, Rosalía, Cardi B and Okay-pop sensation Blackpink down on the newsstand. Now Garcia manages to land Kamala Harris for the journal’s November 2020 cowl. The American senator and 2020 vp candidate was photographed in Washington, D.C. by photographic duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.


The quilt set off a fierce debate on our boards. “I hate when vogue magazines put politicians on covers,” voiced avonlea002.

“Trend magazines take themselves WAY too severely now and after they all fall, they’ve no person in charge however themselves,” HeatherAnne chimed in.

“What a coup for ELLE. Although this leaves me chilly. Why in black and white although? Her coloration ought to’ve been celebrated as the primary black girl vp nominee,” declared MON.

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“It’s not a nasty cowl, however I don’t just like the shot they used. With the hand placement and the invisible neck, it appears to be like like somebody is holding a Kamala masks in entrance of their face,” mikel identified.

Benn98 wasn’t impressed: “I don’t like the duvet, both. Font is simply too harsh, the random workplace chair outside and the picture is simply not cover-worthy. Doesn’t seem like Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin’s work in any respect.”

“It’s an OK shot, it’s not likely that nice, however truthfully cease placing politicians on vogue journal covers… What occurred to escapism?” requested SLFC.

“Straight up, it’s only a unhealthy cowl no matter who it’s,” mentioned SophiaVB.

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