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Why does the fashion world support Hillary Clinton (although she doesn't like her eternal suit)?

If you have Anna Wintour convinced then you have (almost) all the fish sold at least as far as the fashion world is concerned, and that is something that Hillary Clinton Tastes good. The favorite Democratic candidate for the presidency of the United States It has great support among designers, celebrities, actors and fashion editors, but what leads them to start a spear in favor of Hillary Clinton?

Fashion closes in band in favor of Hillary Clinton

Marc Jacobs at the end of his Fall-Winter 2016/2017 parade with a shirt in support of Hillary Clinton

After facing Donald Trump and proclaiming himself winner in the Super Tuesday primary as a Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton She has to quickly find more knockers to play in and the fashion world seems to have become a great niche of voters for her.

It has long been known that he has the unconditional support of Lena Dunham, a faithful defender of Hillary and that a woman achieved the presidency of the United States. However, Lena is not alone in the battle and in the last parade of Marc Jacobs her own Anna Wintour He wore a shirt in support of politics.

This shirt in question is designed by Marc Jacobs, which also wore a similar one when leaving to greet at the end of the parade, and belongs to a series of three shirts designed by Tory Burch, Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow of Public School and Jacobs himself belonging to the draft Made for History which seeks to push Hillary Clinton towards the presidency of the country.

Designers, editors and celebrities support Clinton

However, support for the Democratic candidate also comes from the sector celebrity from the fashion world. Kendall Jenner has not hesitated to follow in the footsteps of Anna Wintour and show off her T-shirt in support of Hillary in your Instagram account.

But the campaign to support Hillary Clinton from the fashion world is not there. Anna Wintour herself sent an e-mail this week to her colleagues to ask for her help.

"I am committed to seeing a woman in the White House, but Hillary is not just any woman," says Anna Wintour

"I am writing today about a cause that is profoundly important to me: electing Hillary as our next president and supporting Democrats throughout the country," Anna Wintour wrote in the email. “I am committed to seeing a woman in the White House, but Hillary is not just any woman. She is bright and determined, and is the candidate I trust in issues such as the prevention of violent use of weapons or gay rights. There is no one better prepared than Hillary to protect and build on the legacy of President Obama. ”

Also, in this e-mail the director of Vogue invited all her contacts to raise funds for the policy campaign through the purchase of the aforementioned shirts. Clear example that oppression and fashion are two great antonyms, that the freedom to choose and the acceptance of all kinds of people, regardless of gender, race or condition, are two issues that should never be treated as workhorses.

Kim Kardashian also showed her support for Hillary Clinton with a selfie posted on Twitter

However, the support from the fashion world is even greater. Months ago Vera Wang organized an evening at her New York home which the Clinton couple and designers like Michael Kors, Georgina Chapman or Jason Wu did not hesitate to attend, as well as big names such as André Leon Talley or Annie Leivobitz.

Fashion is at Hillary's feet, we will see if the United States is too.