And next, here's what editors and designers alike are saying:
Outrage over a magazine cover, seriously ? It's only fashion. #voguemagazine
— steven kolb (@stevenkolb) March 21, 2014
I don't think Anna "caved" and don't find it offensive. It's the bravest thing American Vogue has done in years.
— Patrik Sandberg (@PatrikSandberg) March 21, 2014
— Brad Goreski (@mrbradgoreski) March 21, 2014
3. To say that Vogue is somehow too good to put these two on their cover is perpetuating a kind of cultural snobbishness that is soo passé.
— Stella Bugbee (@stellabugbee) March 21, 2014
"We can be friends now, right?" -a text from Kim Kardashian to Beyoncé
— Sam Lansky (@samlansky) March 21, 2014
— The Cut (@TheCut) March 21, 2014
I really like this Kanye/Kim cover. Subtle. Well-composed. pic.twitter.com/fjwlNuizTH
— Lauren Bans (@LaurenBans) March 21, 2014
that's also gotta b the first hashtag ever on a Vogue cover, right?
— L.A.S (@SartoriallyInc) March 21, 2014
Ryan Lochte had a cover too. Remember that.
— John Jannuzzi (@johnjannuzzi) March 21, 2014
Everyone knows what happens when Vogue photographs you in wedding dresses before the actual wedding. We've all endured the SATC movie.
— Sierra Tishgart (@SierraTishgart) March 21, 2014
I'm gonna pretend I didn't see the cover of April 2014 issue of US Vogue.
— bryanboy (@bryanboy) March 21, 2014
anna wintour to the world right now: http://t.co/tcuX7usQXU
— alex rees (@maybealexislost) March 21, 2014
Anna Wintour YOU ARE OVER! L
— Tom + Lorenzo® (@tomandlorenzo) March 21, 2014
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