Hillary Clinton speaks of "a bold spiritual community of resistance and love" at an event at Congregation Beit Simchat Torah (CBST) in New York City and affirms the importance of empathy in private and public life.
Hillary Clinton has expressed regret about not explicitly labelling Donald Trump a “creep” during one of the presidential debates. President Trump stoked controversy for closely following the former US presidential hopeful around the stage during their second presidential debate. The former Secretary of State, who is currently on a tour of the UK, has now reflected on the incident and the presidential race at large.
McKinnon plays scary versions of Conway and Hillary Clinton in this epic 'SNL' digital short.
A little girl named Grace wore her own version of Hillary Clinton’s signature outfit to meet her idol at a book signing in Brooklyn and the photos are just too damn cute.
A local television reporter has found a thrifty way to wear Melania Trump’s designer clothing: She sews it herself.
Even as Clinton’s new memoir, “What Happened,” cites social media comments as instances of “endemic” sexism and misogyny, Twitter trolls illustrated her point.
First daughter Ivanka Trump wore a Jason Wu blue sheath dress on Monday, and the color of Melania's dress was reminiscent of her inaugural outfit.
While social media analyzes a Twitter typo made by the president, a website for dogs has fueled the fire with some biting (barking?) commentary.
A funny video has surfaced online, depicting the former secretary of state sidestepping an enthusiastic hug from a Trump stand-in.
World leaders are expected — but not required — to comply with the dress code of the country, although plenty have opted out, stirring criticism.
Hillary Clinton spoke on overcoming obstacles and supporting other women on Tuesday afternoon at the 2017 Girls Inc. New York luncheon in New York City. Hillary Clinton wore a red pantsuit to the 2017 Girls Inc. New York luncheon in New York City. For the speaking engagement, the former secretary of state wore a red pantsuit, which many associated with Clinton’s support of International Women’s Day 2017.
On Thursday, hundreds gathered in New York’s Grand Central Terminal to honor the late Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta, whom the U.S. Postal Service commemorated on a series of stamps. Hillary Clinton, Anna Wintour, Michael Bloomberg, and Anderson Cooper all took the stage to share heartfelt remembrances of de la Renta while simultaneously broadcasting messages of inclusion. Hillary Clinton attends the Oscar de la Renta Forever Stamp dedication ceremony at Grand Central Terminal on Feb. 16 in New York City.
While most politicians try to bury the conversation of money in politics, then-Republican nominee for president Donald Trump bragged that he spent his own money to fund his campaign. How do you manage to look political but not elitist?
Huma Abedin, the New York-based aide to Hillary Clinton, accompanied her boss to the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Friday.
While the world is fixated on President Trump and his family, Hillary Clinton arrived at the Capitol wearing a white — you guessed it — pantsuit.
In recent decades, first ladies have used their influence to champion causes like reducing drug use, increasing breast cancer awareness, or stamping out illiteracy. In the early 19th century, first ladies were expected to be docile, ready to entertain guests and be good wives. In the latter half of the 20th century, they took on a more active role in the life of the nation.
Pantsuit Nation, a secret Facebook group that was started in October for supporters of Hillary Clinton to share stories and messages of support with one another, is becoming a book. The group’s founder, 33-year-old Libby Chamberlain, announced on Monday that she is publishing a book based on the Facebook page with Flatiron Books on May 9. In a lengthy post on Pantsuit Nation’s public page, Chamberlain explained that the book will be filled with the stories and images women have posted in the private group about encounters with issues like racism, sexism, and adversity in their lives.
Hillary Clinton may not have won the Electoral College this election, but she won the popular vote — and apparently so did her pantsuits. According to Lyst, searches for women’s pantsuits have grown 460 percent since the start of the year. Ladies and gents, “the white suit effect” is upon us.
Hillary Clinton’s style throughout the election — and life, for that matter — has largely consisted of just pantsuits. So on Wednesday morning when she delivered her concession speech, she stuck with her uniform.
Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton and the white pantsuit became synonymous. The Democratic candidate wore different versions by designer Ralph Lauren to the party’s national convention in July — when Clinton became the first woman to accept a presidential nomination — and again for the third and final debate.
Running for president requires endless traveling across the country to meet and greet voters, raising funds for compelling advertisements, and delivering heartfelt speeches. It also takes a positive public persona and a presidential-worthy look. Hillary Clinton has been working nonstop during the past year to convince America (yet again) that she is the woman for the White House. And a team of professionals has been with her 24/7, helping keep Clinton looking her best while out on the campaign trail.