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Feeling uninspired this Monday morning? Not to worry: we know just the trick to get you jazzed and ready to channel your inner Beyoncé, Hillary Clinton, and Salma Hayek. Who run the world?
Whether its her scrunchies, her glasses, her makeup (or lack thereof), or her pantsuits, no aspect of Hillary Clinton‘s appearance seems safe from scrutiny. Not that she cares, of course, but the fact remains. On “Fox & Friends” today, host Steve Doocy aimed the spotlight at the question of whether or not Clinton, who stepped down from her post as Secretary of State last week, has had work done recently.
If the internet weren’t already in danger of exploding over the news of Kate Middleton‘s pregnancy, this photo will surely put it over the edge.
As glad as we are that Hillary Clinton is looking forward to taking some time off next year to, as she says, “get untired”, we’re sure going to miss her scrunchie-loving, makeup-eschewing, pantsuit-wearing ways. Which is why we’re so excited that Sarah Phillips, the designer of the gown that Clinton wore to her first inaugural ball in 1993, is relaunching her line this year!
In honor of Hillary Clinton‘s 65th birthday today, we’ve rounded up 65 outfits that we think define her style, both in Washington and abroad — she is, after all, the most traveled Secretary of State in U.S. history, and her wardrobe is almost as cosmopolitan as she is. Almost.
Forbes has released its annual list of the 100 most powerful ladies in the world.
Hillary Clinton sure seems to be enjoying her time in South Africa. Our favorite Secretary of State and scrunchie wearing-party girl went to a fancy fete in Pretoria, and got her groove on. Let the record show that her moves are way better than Jagger‘s.
It’s no secret that we think Hillary Clinton is pretty much the coolest Secretary of State to ever hit the Hill. We also happen to think “Benny and the Jets” is up there with the most fail proof of karaoke tunes. So we’re pleased to see that last night, Sir Elton joined Clinton to be honored by the Human Rights Commission, the Global Equity Fund and the Elton John AIDS Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Hillary Clinton, you’re the coolest.
Despite the small number of fashion folk on the Time‘s 100 Most Influential People list this year, last night’s red carpet was quite stylish.
While we were watching Titanic 3D and Hunger Games (for the second time) this weekend, Hillary Clinton was busy raging in Colombia. What the what??
Hillary Clinton: Secretary of State, former Senator, scrunchie aficionado.
Meryl Streep invited Hillary Clinton over for dinner at her apartment in what was surely one of the best dinner parties of all time. We hope they discussed the National Women’s History Museum and that time Colin Firth helped Meryl with her shoe.
You know how embarrassed you get when you end up wearing the wrong thing to a party? Well picture wearing the wrong thing to a party hosted by government officials from the world’s most powerful nations, and you might come close to feeling the pain Secretary of State Hillary Clinton felt during this weekend’s G20 meeting.
Last night at the State of the Union address, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton confirmed something we’ve been wondering about since the Golden Globes: Are headbands now a thing? The answer is yes. Yes, they are.
While we totally get that what our Secretary of State wears is far less important than her policy positions (so cool your jets, angry politicos), we have to say that we’ve been especially impressed with what Hillary Clinton has been pulling out of her closet this week. Mostly because it looks like it’s Chanel.
The proof is in the Secretary of State’s attire: neon isn’t going anywhere. Hillary Clinton padded barefoot around a Buddhist temple in Myanmar (also known as Burma) while wearing a monochromatic pantsuit in the brightest blue we’ve ever seen — complete with matching jewelry.
This was the week Halloween exploded all over everything, Ryan Gosling designed his own leather jackets, Jennifer Lopez got glamorous and Hillary Clinton wore a scrunchie. A really, really bad scrunchie.