Hillary Clinton is damned no matter what she wears. That's a problem.
The Internet has exploded in outrage over Hillary Clinton’s reported $12,000 Giorgio Armani jacket, which she wore to a New York primary event in April.
But why do we care so much about the sartorial choices of our politicians, especially when they are women? Is that fair? Is it sexist?
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Lauren Rothman, a Capitol Hill stylist and the author of Style Bible: What To Wear To Work, thinks Clinton’s style is judged unfairly.
“Women are going to be talked about for what they’re wearing, whether it’s from Kohl’s or Bergdorf Goodman,” Rothman says. Read