Make America slay again! Hillary Clinton has a secret weapon in her corner this political season, at least in the fashion game.
The Democratic presidential candidate is consulting with the infamous (not "more than famous") Anna Wintour on her campaign wardrobe, according to the Business of Fashion.
"Clinton has been consulting American Vogue editor-in-chief and Democratic party fundraiser Anna Wintour on her wardrobe choices for key moments of the campaign," a post said on Thursday. "On certain occasions, Wintour has approached designers to procure outfits for Clinton, who has settled into a uniform of brightly colored pantsuits and jackets by US designers."
Unlike celebrities who often have outfits lent to them by high-end designers for high-profile events, politicians generally purchase their clothing outright.
"Trump has a budget, Sanders has a budget, Hillary has a budget," personal stylist Corey Roche told the fashion outlet. "There is [campaign] money allocated to fashion and clothes, because that is a huge part of marketing and branding."
To be fair, Anna hasn't been shy about who she is supporting in the election. In February, Anna showed her support for Hillary during New York Fashion Week, wearing a shirt emblazoned with the candidate's face.
Now she's ready for Hillary to rock the wardrobe on the campaign trail.
Anna has supported the former First Lady for years. At 2013's Oscar de la Renta: American Icon opening reception in Little Rock, Arkansas, she foresaw a presidential run in her pal's future, although no one was really surprised when Hillary formally announced her candidacy.
"I can only hope that all of you in Little Rock will be celebrating here come November 2016," Women's Wear Daily reported at the time, a clear reference to Election Day. "All of us at Vogue look forward to putting on the cover the first female president of the United States."
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