The Hillary Clinton-edited Hillary Clinton-worshipping edition of Teen Vogue is on news-stands now, and if you're able to avoid giving in to your nausea for long enough to flip through all of the odes to Hillary, you'll get to the part where Hillary doles out fashion and beauty advice.
Yep, that's right: the pantsuit's most prominent fan commissioned Teen Vogue's beauty editors to write entire essays on "how to dress like Hillary Clinton" fashion icon. Unsurprisingly the pantsuit features prominently, as does a signature look that, ironically, screams Hillary Clinton but not in a way she'd prefer.
One model sports a "Power To The People" button — vintage Clinton — while wearing a very 1%-er blouse, courtesy of luxury brand Burberry.
Also featured in the style section of the Hillary issue: A $4 “Power to the People” button paired with a Burberry top. pic.twitter.com/6hRiJ4LeeN— Jillian Kay Melchior (@JillianKayM) December 22, 2017
The vest, an ode to the 70s fashion Clinton wore so well the first time around, retails for an eye-watering $1250 because it's apparently knit by magical elves from Hillary Clinton's own hair. Or something.
Of course, it's the perfect metaphor for Clinton's campaign: an obviously false home-spun-ness, twirled around a message of economic populism, but secretly hiding two mansions and a New York penthouse, and a first-name-basis friendship with Harvey Weinstein.
Her "beauty advice" is easily as hilarious. Her secret to "perfect skin?" A cream that is completely unavailable to the common man because the company that makes it makes it only for Hillary Clinton.
Hillary’s beauty pick was a makeup remover that literally only she can get. “We learned that you can’t just find her staple at your local Sephora (or *anywhere* online!)” pic.twitter.com/xzuXz07q6a— Jillian Kay Melchior (@JillianKayM) December 22, 2017
“We learned that you can’t just find her staple at your local Sephora (or anywhere online!).”