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Urban Outfitters is not afraid of a little bit of controversy, and this time, it’s selling Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, and Ron Paul wares.
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.
This was the week of eyebrows, Tavi, and scary feet. This was also the week we saw the best royal wedding ever and were reintroduced to Derek Zoolander. Plus, Kanye visited Occupy Wall Street in Balmain and Givenchy. Sure.
In any political debate, you would expect the candidates would be able to, for the most part, hold themselves together. So why did Congressman Ron Paul‘s eyebrows look like they were falling off during this week’s presidential showdown?
There’s really not much more to presidential fashion that suits and ties, but when it comes to presidential candidates, it’s a whole other story. By and large, the field of Republicans jockeying for Barack Obama‘s job have abandoned formality in an attempt to send a political message.
We’ll leave the critiques of what the Republican presidential hopefuls said at last night’s CNN Tea Party debate in Tampa to our friends at Mediaite. But as far as we’re concerned, what they wore spoke volumes.