Really Famous Fashion Designers Made Stuff for Obama's Reelection Campaign
Those "Runway to Win" pieces that fashion designers made to support Barack Obama's reelection campaign are finally available online.
Of course, since the totes, tees and other accessories share the same palette (red, white and blue) and materials (simple cotton or canvas), they kinda look alike. In real life, we'd be be able to tell a Marc Jacobs bag from a Jason Wu satchel three blocks away, but with these pieces, it's not so easy.
If you don't believe us, try to match the piece to the designer yourself, by clicking through our guessing game below. (Whatever your politics, it's undeniably a good little distraction.)
Preppy, like her ubiquitous ballet flats.
Designer: Tory Burch
P.S. It'd look good with some sort of messenger bag.
Designers: Jack McCullough & Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler
Would pair nicely with one of his studded cone bracelets.
Designer: Eddie Borgo
The blue and red scheme reminds us of another scarf he designed for charity last year.
Designer: Thakoon Panichgul
He signed it, which is sort of cheating.
Designer: Marc Jacobs
A natural collaboration, since he designed the First Lady's inauguration night gown.
Designer: Jason Wu
Would look great paired with the electric blue eyeshadow from his Fall 2012 show.
Designer: Prabal Gurung
Also signed. Oops.
Designer: Derek Lam
A teeny bit like his deconstructed, sexy separates. (As much as a t-shirt can be.)
Designer: Joseph Altuzarra
More masculine than we would've expected from a designer who favors silk, jewel tone separates.
Designer: Rachel Roy
As pretty as a tote bag can be, which makes sense for these designers of red carpet—ready gowns.
Designers: Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig of Marchesa
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