Between designer Sophie Theallet refusing to dress Melania Trump and Kaelen Haworth donating her proceeds to organizations Donald Trump opposes, many public figures in the fashion world have spoken out against the president-elect. But he's found one likely supporter in the industry: former Vogue editor-at-large André Leon Talley. Actually, Talley is more of a fan of the soon-to-be First Lady. He told The Daily Mail she would be "one of the great stars in the administration." "She is a former model but she is a mother and wife [and] has her own business," Talley, who attended the Trumps' wedding, explained. "She stands for individuality, that's what makes her special. She's tall, she's proud and very articulate." Talley's opinions, however, don't reflect those of everyone at Vogue, a publication he left in 2013. The magazine officially endorsed Hillary Clinton after staying neutral in every previous election. "Vogue has no history of political endorsements," the editors wrote. "Editors in chief have made their opinions known from time to time, but the magazine has never spoken in an election with a single voice. Given the profound stakes of this one, and the history that stands to be made, we feel that should change."