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Hillary Clinton Appeals To The Fashion Crowd With Chic Campaign Shirts

Support, in style.

Hillary Clinton's campaign just got a little bit trendier, thanks to Marc Jacobs, Tory Burch, and design duo Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School.

The presidential hopeful commissioned the designers to create campaign T-shirts, each retailing for $45 at shop.hillaryclinton.com.

Marc Jacobs' design. 
Marc Jacobs' design. 

It's not too hard to figure out which of the designers are responsible for each shirt just by looking. Burch's playful print, Yi Chow and Osborne's sportier take and Jacobs' Warhol-esque image, which is kind of giving us Obama flashbacks, are pretty on-brand for the designer or duo behind it. That means there's something for everyone -- everyone who happens to support Clinton, anyway.

Yi Chow and Osborne's design.
Yi Chow and Osborne's design.

Alongside each shirt on the website is a quote from its designer, either describing the shirt or giving a reason for their involvement with the campaign. "My support for Hillary is grounded on our long-standing shared belief in equality," Jacobs said. "I am proud to share this T-shirt as a champion for equal rights, for the progress we have made and for the hope of continued progress with Hillary as president."

Tory Burch's design.
Tory Burch's design.

The T-shirts are hardly the only fashionable campaign garb we've seen so far. Lena Dunham gave Clinton a colorful endorsement with help from a knitter and, later, below, a printed dress, while Emily Ratajkowski got in on the fun with a very on-trend cropped "Bernie" sweater.

So far this week, we've spotted fashion elites Anna Wintour and Kendall Jenner in Jacobs' design, which Wintour sported in sequins:

For all the things the 2016 race has been so far, fashionable is our new favorite. It's definitely a smart way to get more people in your campaign clothing.

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