Following the lead of many newspapers and various other media outlets making their presidential endorsements public, Vogue has finally settled on a candidate worthy of the Vogue (and obviously, Anna Wintour) stamp of approval.
For the first time ever, the magazine announced that they are supporting Hillary Clinton as the presidential choice in the upcoming election. The magazine has profiled HRC six times, and has also featured Trump and his family (specifically Ivana, Marla, Ivanka and Melania) countless times, but the Democratic endorsement feels genuine.
The legacy magazine acknowledges that Hillary "wasn't always a perfect candidate" but insist that she is the best suited candidate to heal the deep divides in our country. They also insist that Hillary symbolizes hope, and want nothing more than to call her "Madam President."
In a very Vogue-like move, however, the magazine chose to feature a photo of a young Hillary taken in 1993. Here's a hint, Vogue: There are thousands of more recent pics where she looks just as ready to kick butt as she does in the other photo.