Made for History: Anna Wintour hosts fashion fundraiser for Hillary Clinton

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Fashion program and roof celebration in Manhattan included black ballerinas strutting the catwalk in Diane Von Furstenberg T-shirts and a lots skateboarders

A red taffeta ballgown skirt used with a grey T-shirt stating Hillary in beading on the front and 2016 on the back may not be your normal catwalk mix, however at a charity event for Hillary Clinton in Manhattan on Tuesday, the worlds of style and politics came together for one night anyhow.

The Made for History style program and roof celebration at the Spring Studios occasion area in Tribeca were co-hosted by Vogue editor Anna Wintour and Clintons closest assistant Huma Abedin, who has actually remained in the spotlight just recently after revealing a split with her partner Anthony Weiner following his newest sexting scandal recently.

Young woman Clinton employees welcomed visitors using the Made for History product, which can be purchased on the Democratic governmental prospects site and varies in rate from around $25 for a bandanna by Thakoon to a $60 scandal sheet brand-new Marc Jacobs T-shirt and a $75 canvas pouch by Brett Heyman. All profits go directly to the Clinton project, and 85% of purchases thus far have actually originated from newbie donors, according to Wintour.

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Outfit by Georgina Chapman, designer of Marchesa, for the Made for History charity event. Photo: Amber Jamieson for the Guardian

The collection is both distinct and elegant, and unlike the Republican prospects unspeakably ugly ties, our collection is made in America by union employees, revealed the Vogue editor, to laughter and applause at the referral to Donald Trump.

Both Wintour and Abedin were worn a print of the individual US states by Jason Wu, designer of both of Michelle Obamas inauguration dress.

Clinton herself did not go to, however her child Chelsea existed.