Leibovitz reacted to criticism of Zelenskaya’s pose on the cover of Vogue

Annie Leibovitz

The photographer invited her followers to join the flash mob and publish her photo.

American photographer Annie Leibovitz, who took pictures of the first lady of Ukraine for the American Vogue magazine, reacted to the flash mob #sitlikeagirl. The corresponding post appeared in her Instgaram-stories.

In particular, on her page on the social network, the cult photographer posted a photo with Elena Zelenskaya and signed it.

“A recent photo shoot by Ukraine’s first lady, Olena Zelenska, has divided Ukrainian society, part of which believes that Annie Leibovitz’s attempt to draw attention to the Russian-Ukrainian war was ill-conceived. They believe that Zelenska looks bad in these photos, and her pose is too masculine,” – says in the signature.

At the same time, Annie Leibovitz invited everyone to join the challenge created in support of Zelenskaya.


Earlier it was reported that the first lady of Ukraine, who graced the cover of the American edition of Vogue, responded to criticism your photo session.

The first lady of Ukraine graced the cover of American Vogue

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