Despite the fact that some designers having vowed not to work with her, First Lady Melania Trump will probably end up on the cover of Vogue. Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, long-time (almost forever-time) Vogue editor Anna Wintour said,
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.
In 2016, Vogue endorsed a political candidate for the first time ever, and surprise—it wasn't Donald Trump. Wintour is a supporter of both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. But that won't get in the way of the fashion magazine having the first lady on the cover.
Former first lady (and hopefully maybe future president, fingers crossed) Michelle Obama was on three Vogue covers. And now that Melania Trump is first lady, she'll most likely get her time on the cover, too.
After all, Melania Trump used to be a model. She's even been on the cover of Vogue before, in 2005.
And she was on the cover of Vanity Fair Mexico just last month, eating jewelry.
What luxury item will she be wearing on her next Vogue cover? Let's hope it's Trump ties!