Obama's Runway to Win: Do Politics and Fashion Mix?

Updated on Sep 24, 2012

Comments (5)

Cephaela on October 08
The downside is that it has a short shelf life. Like you can wear it a bunch when there's still buzz, but provided your choice loses, or even if they are reelected. You can't wear it much after the vote without looking as outdated as those Obama Biden 08 bumper stickers.
penelope204 on October 02
no words for this one
Dutchchic on October 01
Mixing politics and fashion only serves to alienate a segment of the population. As a Romney supporter, I will never purchase a Marc Jacobs item again.
BeyondLustre on October 01
Also worth nothing that Anna Wintour is the 4th largest contributor to Obama's campaign. So clearly his courting has worked, not just to get the fashion sets support, but even their money as well.
EmmaZ on October 01
Very interesting article, thank you for the fashion food for thought.

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