Why is she eating jewellery? The drill she is holding is a metaphor for constructing a business, which Ivanka has been quite successful at, selling clothes, jewelry, and handbags. In fact, she was on the cover of Vogue in 2005 in her wedding dress. She doesn't hide who she is. To me, it was in support of women. Which is much easier on the eardrums, perhaps, but totally hypocritical.
Defining a woman by her husband? The magazine has moved in recent years to feature a more ethnically and racially diverse cover. But Ivanka has already appeared on her share of covers, too. When you look at the below photo of Ivanka Trump on the left, the very first thing that catches every reader's eye is the left arm akimbo. Michelle Obama also graced the covers of Vogue three times, Time, Glamour, Essence, InStyle, Redbook, Cooking Light, and O the Oprah magazine among many other appearances. Not a single magazine cover? Melania Trump is a former model who has been on the covers of more than one magazine.
And do you notice her right leg? Obama in an unflattering light, but you couldn't be more wrong. Since her move to the White House, Melania has not been on any magazine covers and has made few public appearances. Hillary Clinton also got the Vogue treatment when she was first lady, and Laura Bush made the cover of Ladies Home Journal and People. What I like so much about the cover above is that it shows Ivanka not as a sexual object, but rather as a proud, assertive woman in control of objects around her. Froma Harrop is a syndicated columnist.
Obama, just her face, and yet, however small it is, it dominates the entire cover. At the same time, Ivanka's right arm resting on her thigh is more relaxed, demonstrating that she has a more informal, at ease nature that coexists freely with her leadership skills. The issue was first raised by conservative actor James Woods. Making assumptions about her because of what you believe to be true about him? Ivanka clearly chose a shirt that allows for a lot of ventilation, showing she gets hot and passionate about the issues that she believes in, like global warming. Defining a woman by her husband? In 2005, Vogue made Melania Knauss — and her forthcoming wedding to real estate mogul Donald Trump — alongside a photograph of the model.
Wright, lecturer in politics and Public Affairs at Princeton University. Anna Wintour is a vocal and politically active Democrat, so it may come as a surprise to some that in a recent interview with the , she suggested that she would put first lady Melania Trump on the cover of Vogue. And no, I don't mean Melania Trump. Their liberal agenda is quite apparent. So the important question arises: who is more charismatic in print? Obama in an unflattering light, but you couldn't be more wrong. A wave of people seemed to agree with Woods' sentiments, noting that U. In the photo on the upper right, we can barely see Mrs.
We have a new first lady in town. You men are all the same! The modern first lady routinely graces the media landscape in creative ways. Hey, lefty magazine editors, looking for an immigrant, philanthropic, female entrepreneur to profile? Posing for Redbook in 2000 Melania was once part of a fun and care-free photoshoot with Redbook Magazine. Hey, lefty magazine editors, looking for an immigrant, philanthropic, female entrepreneur to profile? By subscribing, you agree to receive emails from PoliticalFlare. She's truly at peace with herself. Lifestyle magazines, such as Vogue, are for relaxation and escape.
You might think the cover on the upper left shows Mrs. The close-up above shows a smoldering Melania at the Vera Wang show where she sat front row. Ivanka caresses her baby lovingly, telling us in an instant the depth of warmth and emotional perception she possesses. In the photo above, Melania posed in front of the cover photo for the 2000 issue. Even slinging ten or twenty extra pounds in her swishing belly, her radiant smile reassures us that she doesn't get grouchy or mean when her husband comes home.
Vogue is a privately owned publication and can include or exclude anyone it chooses from its cover or inside pages. It's clear that Ivanka Trump has become the de facto first lady for publicity purposes. And we all know that a major role for first ladies is to grace the cover of magazines. A salacious cover of the New York Post shows potential First Lady Melania Trump in all her naked glory two decades ago. Some magazine editors argue that an interview with her would be pointless since it is difficult to get information from her. Wright agreed, saying talk-show bookers would love to have this enigmatic first lady on their shows.