Favorite brands of well-known women politicians
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Fashion addiction Theresa May, Angela Merkel, Queen Elizabeth II and Hillary Clinton
are now stars of the world politics are no less popular than pop celebrity. The world's major news have replaced entertainment programs. Pre-election race in the United States, France, or activities related to Brexit, compete with the reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians." Taking into account all the details: the gestures, intonation and, of course, a wardrobe. The game includes not only the tabloids, but also serious newspapers (Telegraph UK, The Guardian), and the status of the policy interest stylist even the chief editor of a leading fashion magazine.
Here are four most talked fashionistas political arena.
Hillary Clinton held in the political arena almost the entire working life, and who, if not to her, to be one of the major icons of political fashion. It started its journey in 1972 in the campaign headquarters of Democratic candidate George McGovern. Then he worked as a lawyer, and after her husband's victory in the presidential race headed the operational committee on health care reform in 1993, at his request. Hillary independent career started in 2000, after she was elected to the Senate from the state of New York. In 2007, Mrs. Clinton has announced its intention to participate in the presidential race. Almost ten years Clinton sought the coveted post. Her images - low-key but elegant. After years of fashion discrimination, Hillary Clinton became a fashion icon during the last race (with a light hand of her stylist, editor of the American magazine Vogue Anna Wintour). Clinton often appeared in Ralph Lauren, Giorgio Armani wears and Andrew Gn. From accessories favored classics: pearls Mikimoto, Chanel jewelery and keel Manolo Blahnik.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel became 11 times the most influential woman in the world according to Forbes. Last time - in 2016. But despite the challenges, the first German lady wardrobe is constantly criticized. Style Merkel - the embodiment of German pragmatism. Merkel prefers jackets with big buttons and trousers, flared from the hip. Most of her kits created by the Hamburg designer Bettina Chenebier. Merkel prefers jackets with big buttons and trousers, flared from the hip. In the early 2000s, she wore clothes and another German designer Anna von Grizhaym. In 2008, Merkel appeared in her dress at the opening of the Opera House in Oslo. In the same dress she wore at the 2012 opening of the Bayreuth Festival. Modest patriotic wardrobe Merkel diluted with French brand Longchamp bags and colorful cape, bought by the future chancellor in 1996 in California.
The British prime minister Theresa May adhere to conservative politics and avant-garde in fashion preferences. Conservative view British Prime Minister prefers British brands. Among her favorites L.K. Bennett, Daniel Blake and Amanda Wakeley. As a rule, public people tend not to wear the same thing twice at formal events. But Mei ignores this rule. Tweed jacket graphite shades L.K. Bennett Chanel style she had worn more than once, and combining it with pants and skirts. Another favorite designer Theresa May - buntarschitsa Vivienne Westwood. The cabinet of Prime Minister Albion has a blue-green checkered suit Vivienne Westwood (in which she gave a speech after the referendum, dedicated breksitu). Theresa May loves unusual shoes. She wears boots Russell & Bromley and flashy boats Beverley Feldmen with leopard print and fuchsia accents. In addition to her collection has Hobbs and Anya Hindmarch accessories (the latter brand is famous for outrageous bags). Elizabeth II wardrobe full of bright things. Since 2002 the Queen has been Angela Kelly style. It creates a set of special to Her Majesty and lives in Buckingham Palace that at any moment to help sovereigns. According to Kelly, Elizabeth II is not wasteful, she carefully applies to spending on clothing (funds that come from the royal treasury) and cares about the environment. This is the cause of modesty and moderation in purchases. Another permanent fashion supplier of the royal court - the accessory brand Launer. Queen wears a bag that only the British brand. The company, founded in 1941, annually produces four bags customized Elizabeth II. Favorite model of the Queen: Diva with calfskin handle, finished in suede and Traviata.