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Fashion and the Presidential Campaign

I’m sure hardcore political analysts like to think fashion and style don’t play a major role in the always competitive presidential races, but every four years it seems both make a larger impact on the race than years past and the 2016 race is no different. Just take Hillary Clinton’s raved-about haircut makeover back in July. Reports revealed former Secretary of State Clinton had half of the New York City department store Bergdorf Goodman shutdown for her appointment with John Barrett at his private salon. The haircut reportedly cost $600! Clinton’s campaign told the media the makeover was geared towards making Clinton more fashionable which in turns makes her more appealing to millennials. Continue reading “Fashion and the Presidential Campaign”