Throughout 2017, fashion designers and everyday Americans alike slapped slogans on cotton garments. Here's what the year in T-shirt politics looked like.
A local television reporter has found a thrifty way to wear Melania Trump’s designer clothing: She sews it herself.
First daughter Ivanka Trump wore a Jason Wu blue sheath dress on Monday, and the color of Melania's dress was reminiscent of her inaugural outfit.
World leaders are expected — but not required — to comply with the dress code of the country, although plenty have opted out, stirring criticism.
It's probably the first time the former Democratic presidential nominee has sported a lucite heel
We first met Hillary Clinton’s gorgeous nephew, Tyler Clinton, last summer when he posed shirtless for a series of amateur modelling photos snapped by photographer Adina Doria (he also made a brief appearance on stage when Hillary officially accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for president).
A new study by Dr. Alfredo Gaitan from the University of Bedfordshire has revealed that women who wear “sexier” clothing are seen as more intelligent. Gaitan gathered 64 students with an average age of 21, and gave them two pictures of the same woman in two different outfits — one wore a low-cut top, mini skirt and jacket and the other donned a less revealing top and a longer skirt.
Hillary Clinton spoke on overcoming obstacles and supporting other women on Tuesday afternoon at the 2017 Girls Inc. New York luncheon in New York City. Hillary Clinton wore a red pantsuit to the 2017 Girls Inc. New York luncheon in New York City. For the speaking engagement, the former secretary of state wore a red pantsuit, which many associated with Clinton’s support of International Women’s Day 2017.
On Thursday, hundreds gathered in New York’s Grand Central Terminal to honor the late Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta, whom the U.S. Postal Service commemorated on a series of stamps. Hillary Clinton, Anna Wintour, Michael Bloomberg, and Anderson Cooper all took the stage to share heartfelt remembrances of de la Renta while simultaneously broadcasting messages of inclusion. Hillary Clinton attends the Oscar de la Renta Forever Stamp dedication ceremony at Grand Central Terminal on Feb. 16 in New York City.
Since her defeat in the US election *still sobbing*, Hillary Clinton has retreated somewhat from public life. In a video for the 2017 Makers Conference released on Monday, and her first statement since the inauguration, Clinton addressed the year’s theme (“Be Bold”), and delivered a rallying cry to women all around the world to continue the fight for gender equality. Issuing a call for women to keep the momentum going, Clinton explained that now more than ever, women need to remain strong.
Huma Abedin, the New York-based aide to Hillary Clinton, accompanied her boss to the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Friday.
While the world is fixated on President Trump and his family, Hillary Clinton arrived at the Capitol wearing a white — you guessed it — pantsuit.
Pantsuit Nation, a secret Facebook group that was started in October for supporters of Hillary Clinton to share stories and messages of support with one another, is becoming a book. The group’s founder, 33-year-old Libby Chamberlain, announced on Monday that she is publishing a book based on the Facebook page with Flatiron Books on May 9. In a lengthy post on Pantsuit Nation’s public page, Chamberlain explained that the book will be filled with the stories and images women have posted in the private group about encounters with issues like racism, sexism, and adversity in their lives.
Katy Perry attends the 12th Annual UNICEF Snowflake Ball. Katy Perry, who received the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award at last night’s event, appropriately floated like a delicate snowflake in a sheer, shimmering opalescent gown. When it came time for the “Roar” singer to glide onto the stage like a floating snowflake to accept her award, none other than her BFF, former Secretary of State and Democratic candidate for president Hillary Clinton, showed up in a glowing yellow suit jacket and black slacks to deliver a moving speech to Perry (only after a standing ovation for Clinton), who was immediately brought to tears.
In her first formal appearance since conceding the presidential race, Hilary Clinton was honored at the Children’s Defense Fund’s “Beat the Odds” gala on Wednesday.
Since Donald Trump was elected President on Tuesday, there have been protests and declarations of outrage across the States. Little did she expect that she would find Hillary Clinton doing the exact same. After suffering a shocking defeat to Trump, Margot Gerster was surprised to meet Hillary and husband Bill in the woods.
From Jackie O’s oversized sunglasses to “Lady Bird” Johnson’s understated mod-wear, America’s First Ladies gave us some serious fashion goals over the years. As Melania Trump preps to fill Michelle Obama's stylish Jimmy Choos, let's take a look at how the sartorial style of the First Lady has evolved. What do you think about the fashion evolution of America’s leading ladies? Let us know by tweeting @YahooStyleCA
Hillary Clinton may not have won the Electoral College this election, but she won the popular vote — and apparently so did her pantsuits. According to Lyst, searches for women’s pantsuits have grown 460 percent since the start of the year. Ladies and gents, “the white suit effect” is upon us.
Hillary Clinton’s style throughout the election — and life, for that matter — has largely consisted of just pantsuits. So on Wednesday morning when she delivered her concession speech, she stuck with her uniform.
On Wednesday morning, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered her concession speech. In front of some of her family, fans, supporters, and employees at the New Yorker Hotel, in New York, the 69-year-old politician thanked everyone who believed in her. “You represent the best of America, and being your candidate has been the biggest honor for me,” she told the crowd.
Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton and the white pantsuit became synonymous. The Democratic candidate wore different versions by designer Ralph Lauren to the party’s national convention in July — when Clinton became the first woman to accept a presidential nomination — and again for the third and final debate.