Olivia Wilde Defends Harry Styles’ Style On Vogue Cover After Criticism From Conservatives

Olivia Wilde Defends Harry Styles’ Style On Vogue Cover After Criticism From Conservatives

Actress Olivia Wilde took it to social media to hit back at all the internet trolls who cricitized Harry Styles for wearing a dress for the American Vogue cover.

Vogue has only featured men on the cover 10 times in its 127 years of existence. However, none of them have been by themselves on the cover – except Harry Styles. He became the first man ever to appear solo in this year’s December issue of the popular magazine. For the photoshoot, he wore a Gucci jacket and a custom-made dress.

He shared his believes on personal growth in the interview, and he touched on his musical style, fashion choices, and cultural awareness.

Although many people love Styles’ fashion choices, author Candace Owens criticized the singer following the release of the magazine. She wrote that the photoshoot made Styles look weak, and that he was too much ‘feminized’. She finished with: Bring back manly men.

Popular actress Olivia Wilde, however, was having none of it. The House actress that’s set to star alongside Harry Styles in the upcoming movie Don’t Worry Darling made it crystal clear what she thinks of Owens’ opinions.

Many people loved her response, and her tweet racked up almost 90k likes!

Wilde complimented the singer and actor for ‘redefining what it can mean to be a man with confidence’, and she added that his actions were ‘pretty powerful and kind of extraordinary to see’.

“To me, he’s very modern, and I hope that this brand of confidence as a male that Harry has – truly devoid of any traces of toxic masculinity – is indicative of his generation and therefore the future of the world.” – she concluded.

 

 
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