Its not uncommon for the world of politics to blend with fashion and art. In fact, political cartoons have been used in the media since our first president, George Washington. Its a hot topic that most crave to join. So it would only make sense that presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would enlist the help of four fashion mavens for her campaign.
Story By: Tony Madrid
Images By: Clinton Campaign
You know you’ve made it once the fashion world gives you a metaphorical stamp of approval, and it seems that’s just what Clinton had in mind. Marc Jacobs, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School and DKNY, and Tory Burch have teamed up to release special edition tee shirts for Clinton’s campaign, not to mention its a pretty good team to have endorsing you. Jacobs went with a Warhol inspired graphic tee, while Chow and Osborne and Burch went with political typography.
Each costing an estimated $45, the limited tees are now available at Clinton’s online store.