Melania Trump’s ensembles are indisputably stunning and sophisticated, and if she had any other last name and a “D” for Democrat beside it, she’d be on the cover of Vogue in her role as first lady by now.
t’s obvious as to why she hasn’t been featured. The fashion industry — much like Hollywood, the media, big cities, and universities — is dominated by liberal elites. Vogue is also a private company and can do whatever it wants but it doesn’t mean conservatives can’t call out their double-standards when we see it.
Vogue’s editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour — who was depicted as a menacing and powerful magazine editor by Meryl Streep in “The Devil Wears Prada” — has had a reputation for bolstering Democrats through fundraising since 2007.