As Inigo Montoya said: “You keep using that word. I don’t think it means what you think it means.”
Hillary is being hailed as the second coming of… something.
For our readers that might be… Breakfast?
But the Left has convinced themselves that they are dealing with a diva.
Or at least, they have decided to convince the American people that she is one. Here’s their latest attempt:
(As if the Women’s Health gaffe wasn’t embarrassing enough.)
The headline says:
Hillary Clinton, style icon? The unexpected inspiration for women’s spring fashion
The article features some eyebleach-worthy outfits, and claim to be emphasising strength, not beauty.
Here’s an excerpt:
But beyond cut and color, designers are obsessing about strong and powerful women who are independent and enduring — perhaps even a bit scandalous. There has been talk of O’Keeffe, Germaine Greer, Gloria Steinem, influential mothers and grandmothers — and of course, Hillary Clinton.
The Democratic presidential nominee is, by no means, the typical fashion icon, not in the manner of an actress, a musician or even First Lady Michelle Obama. But it is hard to deny her influence, whether direct or indirect — on so many designers. The historic nature of her campaign is in the air; and much of Seventh Avenue has been quite clear about supporting her. Just before fashion week began, more than a dozen designers participated in a runway show-fundraiser for Clinton, that was co-hosted by Vogue’s Anna Wintour. Later in the week, as performer Rufus Wainwright was serenading guests at the Michael Kors show, he paused to declare: “I’m with her.”
If you REALLY want to see it (and the clothes) the full article is here: Washington Post
That’s what passes for fashion icons these days? Shameless propaganda piece.
If she were black, would they feature prominent African themes? Count on it.
Is HILLARY your idea of fashion icon?
Maybe something more like THIS?