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November 05, 2008

Barack Obama is a Winner In The Fashion Industry

Wearing Obama on your T-shirt is so last season. Stars have gotten even more creative with their political support. Manicurist to the stars Lisa Logan has been busy adding cute little Barack Obama decals to her clients’ nails. She special ordered the headshots from Minx Nails.
“I requested they make these,” she said, knowing celebs would want to show off their Obama support. Lisa put Obama’s face on Eve’s thumb and decorated Solange and BeyoncĂ©’s nails with O-B-A-M-A. The Minx decals are a solid nail coating that come in bold metallic and sparkly foil.
Lisa said she’ll keep up the trend after the election if stars still want to sport the look. Visit to find a location near you.

A trendy underwear designer started selling Barack Obama boxer-briefs Thursday, promising to donate $1 from each $29 sale to the Democrat's coffers. The slim-fit undies by Andrew Christian sport a Che Guevaraesque silhouette of the senator's face on the front and the numbers '08 on the back. "I'm not sure I'd wear those even underneath my clothes," Obama's communications director, Robert Gibbs, said when shown a photo of the skivvies. "Wow!" he added, taking a moment to chuckle. "Those are virtually indescribable. They're probably really hip and expensive."
The designer mailed a package of complimentary unmentionables to Obama - so the question is...would he wear them?

"No!" Gibbs replied quickly. "That would be really weird."
As Gibbs spoke, a young female staffer passed by and got a view of the underwear. "Oh!" she exclaimed, blushing. Christian said the Obama bottoms are his only campaign-related underwear, but that could change. "If she gets the vice presidency, we'll definitely add a Hillary bra or camisole," he said.

As a Democrat, he has no plans for any John McCain shorts and he guessed they wouldn't be a hot seller, anyway.

"It probably wouldn't be as hip and as cool as the Obama underwear," Christian said.

Barack and Michelle Obama attending a NAACP Fox Gala

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac featured a short, yellow sequined dress with Obama's portrait on the front as part of his spring 2009 collection. As Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama campaigned across America, he is using his very unique political style and promise for change to persuade American voters that he should be elected to lead and design a new political makeover for our country. The designers presenting their spring 2009 collections during New York Fashion Week used their brand name, reputation and creative ingenuity to suggest what we should wear for the coming season.

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