Gap, L'Oréal and Stella McCartney Pledge Commitment to Equal Pay
A total of 28 companies took at stand at the White House's urging on Tuesday.
Gap to Raise U.S. Employees' Minimum Wage, Starting in June
This is the latest in a series of positive changes for the company.
Peter Brant II Loses His Twitter Privileges But Little Brother Harry Is Allowed to Keep On Tweeting
18-year-old Peter Brant II may already be fashion royalty and a billionaire in the making--but at the end of the day he still has to answer to his parents: Peter Brant and Stephanie Seymour, who were not exactly amused by their son's 'contingency plan' to 'Kill Obama haha.'
Anna Wintour Might Skip Gucci, Alberta Ferretti, and Even Hedi Slimane's Debut for YSL to Fundraise for Obama
There's no question that Anna Wintour is a huge Obama supporter--so far she's co-hosted four dinners and become one of the his top fundraisers--and now the Vogue EIC is even skipping out on her regular 9-to-5 to help the President.
Report: Anna Wintour's Hosting Another Big Ticket Obama Fundraiser with Harvey Weinstein
Despite Marc Jacobs's warning that perhaps fashion and politics don't mix well, Anna Wintour is reportedly co-hosting another high profile Obama fun
Marc Jacobs Says Designers Should Stay Out of Politics if They Don't Want Controversy
Despite the fact that the fashion industry has recently thrown its weight behind President Obama's re-election campaign, there is at least one designe
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Anna Wintour Is Heading to Chicago for Obama 'Runway to Win' Fundraiser
Midwestern fashion lovers, rejoice! The queen of fashion is headed your way. Remember the Runway to Win event that got Obama-supporting fashionistas excited and pissed off a few Rebublicans? Well, it's happening again on June 12 in Chicago.
Obama Campaign Embraces Nail Art Craze, Sells Fancy $40 Polish Sets
The Obama campaign is boldly going where no other campaign has gone before: Nail polish! Nail art/political enthusiasts can now show their support for Obama's reelection campaign by painting their nails red, white and blue with the campaign's official nail polish set, which comes in a tidy case complete with Obama logo. According to Politico, the set cost around $10,000 for the campaign to develop in collaboration with nail guru Richard Blanch of Le Métier De Beauté, and will retail for $40 for the trio and collectable bag. The set was created as part of Anna Wintour's "Runway to Win" campaign event.
Anna Wintour's 'Runway to Win' Obama Fundraising Efforts Catches Flack from Republicans, Snarky Reporters
Last night Anna Wintour and Scarlett Johansson hosted "Runway to Win," the fundraising event in support of Obama's re-election campaign. Some fairly big-name fashion people attended, including model trio-of-the-moment Karlie Kloss, Chanel Iman, and Joan Smalls. Designers like Diane von Furstenberg, Tory Burch and Alexander Wang also all took time out from what is probably their busiest time of the year to come out to support Obama. You'll recall that a slew of them designed items like totes and tees for Obama's campaign. But not everyone is responding well to fashion's (or more specifically, Anna Wintour's) call to arms for Obama.