Ms Wintour, a longtime Democrat, revealed the magazine often looks to support women while also speaking of Vogue’s tradition of photographing the First Lady of the United States. In an interview with CNN, the fashion supremo spoke of some of the magazine’s past front covers, including Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama. Speaking to the news channel, Ms Wintour said: “You have to stand up for what you believe in and you have to take a point of view.
“I think it’s very, very important to have a point of view, and we profile women in the magazine that we believe in.
“After the defeat of Secretary Clinton in 2016, we believe that women should have a leadership position and we intend to support them.”
The famous fashion magazine recently featured Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris as it continued the trend of Democratic figures to be photographed on the front cover.
Moreover, Stormy Daniels was also on Vogue’s front cover last October while former First Lady Michelle Obama received particular praise from Ms Wintour.
Speaking of Ms Obama’s impact, Ms Wintour said: “She was just so inspiring to so many women.
“We always had a tradition at Vogue to photograph the first ladies when they first came into office some extraordinary, wonderful women, and it was an honour to photograph them.”
The magazine has featured Republicans figures in the past such as Barbara and Laura Bush although they weren’t on the front cover.
Melania herself had featured on the cover of Vogue in 2005 following her marriage to the now US President.
Since then she has failed to return to the cover and indeed follow the tradition of First Ladies to feature.
Away from Ms Wintour’s comments, Melania’s husband has remained in defiant mood following the release of the much speculated Mueller report.
The report showed no signs of Russian interference into Trump’s 2016 election campaign.
In response, attorney general William Barr has announced that a redacted report will be released in the next week.