White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned Friday morning after six months and one day representing President Trump before the press. People love mocking public figures, but Spicer was essentially shamed for being a schlub, in that his physical appearance was constantly critiqued. This isn't to say Spicer was treated the same as female politicians, or other women in the spotlight, who get disapproving commentary on everything from their hair, to their voice, to their outfit.
DJ Steve Aoki shut down a whole block in downtown Manhattan for a runway show turned concert, and debuted some politically charged clothing for his new collection.
President Donald Trump may not see why his comments on the body of France’s first lady, Brigitte Macron, were inappropriate, so Reebok ― yes, the athletic wear company ― is here to explain it.
It all began when female reporters were barred from the House Speaker's Lobby because their shoulders were exposed, violating the House dress code.
For men in Congress, the dress code means “coats and ties”; for women “proper attire as determined by the Speaker." Evidently bared shoulders are not “proper.”
EDM DJ and singer Kaya Jones is passionate about more than just her career as a recording artist. She is also an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump and the “Making America Great Again” movement.
It was all going so well for Justin Trudeau's socks. Just as he gains the recognition he deserves as the ultimate socks symbol, he's gone and been upstaged by none other than Ireland's prime minister. SEE ALSO: Justin Trudeau's socks demand the world's attention During a press conference with Justin Trudeau at Farmleigh House, Dublin, Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar sported a rather fetching pair of novelty socks peppered with mounties and maple leaves. I see what you did there, Varadkar. Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's Canadian-themed socks.Image: Niall Carson/PA Images via Getty ImagesPA Images via Getty ImagesWhile it's clear Varadkar chose to extend the err...foot of friendship through his sock choice, it doesn't quite appear that Trudeau went to the same trouble. Trudeau was spotted wearing a pair of stripy socks, which — granted — did match his suit. But, is that really good enough? BREAKING: Varadkar has outflanked Trudeau when it comes to socks (Mounties & Maple Leaves vs stripes) c/o @merrionstreet pic.twitter.com/9ZY05jK8EL — Kirsty Blake Knox (@KirstyBlakeKnox) July 4, 2017 Varadkar, the newly-crowned King of Socks, was keen to show off his delightful socks, as he presented Trudeau with a pair of Irish socks and an Ireland rugby shirt. A subtle hint to step up your game, Trudeau? Justin Trudeau is presented with an Ireland rugby union shirt and a pair of socks by Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.Image: PAUL FAITH/AFP/Getty ImagesTry harder next time! WATCH: This fearless teen rocked a burkini and hijab at the Miss Minnesota pageant
Melania Trump wore a pink lace high-necked gown to a fundraiser on Wednesday night. The first lady has turned to the color pink on many occasions.
Who needs lengthy speeches and thoughtful public statements when you can say all you want to say with a pair of social justice socks? Sporting a pair of Ramadan-themed socks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family demonstrated their support for both the LGBTQ community and the Muslim community at Toronto's Pride celebration yesterday.
Guests for the the White House congressional picnic dressed accordingly for the outdoor setting, but nobody's look was more on point than Melania's.
When transgender activist Rae Nelson, 26, found herself in the women's bathroom at the Arkansas Capitol Building with State Sen. Linda Collins-Smith recently, it was kismet.
Miley Cyrus‘ little brother Braison made his catwalk debut at the Milan fashion show for powerhouse Dolce and Gabbana recently. Miley congratulated her brother and praised the designers for giving her family a platform to be creative, yet in the same post she slammed them saying she, “didn’t agree with their politics.” Congrats @braisonccyrus on walking in your 1st runway show…. It’s never been my little brothers dream to be a model as HE is one of the most talented musicians my ears have ever been given the gift of hearing…. ...
Cultural appropriation is a hot topic right now — especially as festival season continues on in full swing. While retailers continue to sell…
It’s the must-have DC class trip souvenir for white male middle schoolers. There's only one item that's flown off the shelves of DC souvenir shop Washington Welcome Center at the same velocity as fidget spinners this year: Donald Trump's signature "Make America Great Again" caps. "The kids on class trips, they come in and buy them up," says manager Dexter Morse.
Wall Township High School student Grant Berardo is shown in an image wearing a T-shirt with Donald Trump’s name on it, left, and as it appeared in a photo published in the school yearbook. Parents in Wall Township, New Jersey, are furious after someone at Wall High School apparently Photoshopped their children’s supported for Trump right out of the yearbook. The controversy erupted this week when students came home with their school yearbooks and parents like Joe Berardo found their children’s pro-Trump merchandise had been erased.
In advance of Trump’s 71st birthday on June 14, Melania reportedly sent a mass email to his supporters that read, “I need your help to make it a birthday my husband will never forget. The gesture is reminiscent of one made by former first lady Michelle Obama, who in 2010 collected millions of electronic signatures on a surprise birthday card for then-President Barack Obama’s 49th birthday. Melania and Barron’s White House reception will undoubtedly be a warm one.