Vogue is speaking out after receiving backlash for some statements made on its August 2017 cover, featuring real-life couple Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik.
The cover highlights a “new generation embracing gender fluidity,” and the author writes that Gigi and Zayn have a “blasé attitude toward gender codes” because they share each other’s clothes.
Many readers were quick to point out that just because the couple shops in each other’s closets doesn’t mean they are gender fluid.
“Gigi Hadid wore pants last week and now vogue is calling her a gender fluid icon,” one Twitter user wrote.
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