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Newark mayor Cory Booker has been pretty outspoken about his support for stricter gun control laws, and his latest move is to launch a line of bracelets made from actual guns and bullet casings with proceeds going to the city’s Gun Buyback Amnesty program.
Andre Leon Talley is none too pleased with the GOP candidates, and the New Hampshire Republican primary pushed the fashion editor over the proverbial edge.
If the pressure of being watched by millions on live television for a few hours everyday wasn’t already pressure enough, anchors and reporters for the nation’s biggest TV news networks are also expected to look good. And instead of phoning it in with cheap suits and overworn pastels, the year’s best newscasters took their on-air — and on the street — wardrobes to new heights with looks that are professional, relatable and still have the ability to inspire serious closet envy.
Looks like Rachel Maddow can add “Fashion Correspondent” to her resume! On the latest segment of Maddow’s stint in Afghanistan, she test drove an artillery weapon with the help of an Italian NATO soldier. While we were amused by Maddow’s timid attempts to fire a high-powered gun, it was her fashion discovery that had us jumping out of our seats: as modeled by the assisting soldier, the Italian army uniforms are designed by none other than Georgio Armani.
On Thursday night, Larry King announced that he would be ending his long-running CNN show in the fall. While we’re certainly sad to see him go — who else could interview fallen celebrities with such gravitas? — what we’ll miss most about King are his iconic suspenders. Which got us thinking: what other news personalities can take credit for having such a staple style? Turns out: a few!