Harry Styles makes history as the first male on the cover of US Vogue but his moment is met with criticism as Candace Owens took to Twitter to share her thoughts.
No longer is Harry Styles the teen heartthrob from One Direction we all knew and loved. The Harry we know now is always dressed in flamboyant clothing, sometimes, even costume-like.
As his career has progressed, his image has become more androgynous, where wearing pearl earrings and mesh blouses is the norm for him.
His new Vogue cover is a step up though, where he is seen gracing the cover wearing a Gucci jacket and dress.
It’s definitely a statement with him being the first male Vogue cover and not wearing the ‘usual male attire’.
What did Candace Owens say about Harry’s Vogue cover?
Candace Owens is a political activist, namely for her criticism of the Black Lives Matter movement and the #MeToo movement.
She sparked more controversy by commenting on the singer’s dress-wearing cover, demanding the return of “manly men” :
And she responded to the floods of tweets from the Twittersphere:
Thousands of tweets have hit back at Candace, including actress Olivia Wilde:
What does Twitter think of Candace Owens’ response?
Twitter is divided so expect to see some heated replies in the tweet comments.
On the one hand, some are hitting back at the politician saying that she is promoting a traditional backwards mindset, confining men to the stereotype, while others agree with her.