The President's wife was filmed at the Gostomel airport, as well as in the President's Office.
First Lady of Ukraine Elena Zelenskaya posed for the digital cover of the American Vogue magazine. The photo was published in the Instagram edition.
The President's wife posed in outfits and accessories from Ukrainian brands Bettter, Six, Hvoya, The Coat, Kachorovska and Poustovit. Elena Zelenskaya was interviewed by journalist Rachel Donadio. And the photos were taken by the legendary portraitist Annie Leibovitz, whose work has long entered the history of photography.
The First Lady of Ukraine posed at the Gostomel airport, as well as at the President's Office on Bankova Street. For the photo shoot, she chose a beige loose blouse and black tight pants. Also, in some photos, the first lady of Ukraine was in a black dress.
Elena Zelenskaya combed her light curls back. In the pictures, she looks tired.
In some of the photos, her husband-president posed next to Elena Zelenskaya. He was wearing his usual outfit for the past few months – a khaki T-shirt and pants.
The interview and photos of the first lady were published on the website of the publication, and in paper format they will appear in the October issue of Vogue.
In the magazine, Elena Zelenskaya is called the one who “helped Ukraine declare about herself” and the first to “talk about the human experience of war.”
“As the war in Ukraine enters a new critical phase, the country's first lady, Olena Zelenska, has become a key player, a cutting-edge diplomat and face emotional damage to their nation,” they write in Vogue.
In an interview with the publication, the first lady of Ukraine said that she was counting on victory and had no doubts about it.
“And this is what keeps us on the move,” Zelenska said.
The trip of the first lady of Ukraine to the United States is called historic, as this is the first time that the first lady of another country speaks ed by Congress. During her speech, Elena Zelenskaya told real stories of the war and showed photos of Ukrainians who suffered from Russian military aggression.