While she doesn’t have the Democratic party’s official blessing to run for the White House on lock, Clinton can claim victory with a much more discerning group: the fashion industry. Today, the former Secretary of State unveiled a trio of T-shirts designed by New York style heavyweights Marc Jacobs, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School and DKNY, and Tory Burch-all of which are limited-edition and will set you back $45.
Jacobs opts for a tripped-out, Warholian treatment of the former Secretary of State’s face, while the Public School duo made theirs to resemble a sports jersey with the number “16” on the back (a nod to their athlesiure aesthetic) and the witty slogan “Make Herstory” on front. Billion dollar blonde Burch (the label every lady in your life can’t get enough of) took a colorful approach with her contribution. As if she needed more of an endorsement, Kendall JennerInstagrammed herself in Jacobs’ design, tacitly giving Clinton the thumbs-up to her 43 million followers.
We feel confident making the call that these tees are way better than the cringeworthy merch other presidential hopefuls have come up with so far. That said, if Sanders starts hawking “Feel the Bern” sweatbands, it’s game on all over.