Snarls along the catwalk: Teen Vogue vs. Vogue

Vogue quickly distanced itself from its feature on Asma Assad of Syria.

From Emma Hinchliffe at Mashable:

While Teen Vogue leads the resistance, Vogue glamorizes cultural appropriation

The teen magazine shares Vogue’s legacy name, but has turned itself into a very different publication. Teen Vogue’s Trump takedowns and commitment to progressive values have drawn the attention of teen and adult readers alike post-election.

It also serves to remind the world just how much better Vogue could be. More.

Reality check:  Better at what? Fashion pretending to care?

Teen Vogue will doubtless be fun for well-off brats for a few years but grown-ups take politics seriously, which is why Vogue can’t just do what it wants and tell everyone else to stuff it. For example,

More recently, rumors swirled that First Lady Melania Trump would cover the magazine.

“We have a tradition of always covering whoever is the first lady at Vogue and I can’t imagine that this time would be any different,” editor-in-chief Anna Wintour told the Wall Street Journal earlier this month.

Well, they can break with their tradition if they want but then they cease to be an institution. That’s one of the hard choices we face when we quit Occupying Mom’s basement.

See also: Teen Vogue Writer Defends Harassment Of Ivanka Trump

Isn’t Lauren Duca the one who developed a great deal of respect for the CIA when because they and Trump were spatting?The Dems may come to regret these baby mean girls because no one else thinks they are cute.

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