Kamala Harris’ office was furious at Anna Wintour for using Converse photo for cover of Vogue

Kamala Harris’s office kicked up a fuss over a Vogue cover that pictured the vice president in sneakers before being told to back down by President Biden’s office who said concerns over the cover were ‘first world problems,’ according to a new book. 

In the weeks before Inauguration Day, Harris was to be featured on an issue of Vogue, but the vice president was reportedly caught off-guard when a leaked image of the cover depicted her most casual look from the photo shoot, donning black converse and black skinny pants. 

The photo, as the Vogue reporters, wrote, portrayed ‘an approachable but less than grand depiction of the incoming vice president.’

Harris had been expecting a more stately-looking photo to make the cover, where she wore a powder blue suit with her arms crossed in front of her. ‘Harris was wounded. She felt belittled by the magazine, asking aides: Would Vogue depict another world leader this way?’ New York Times reporters Jonathan Martin and Alex Burns write in their…

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