Designer voting merchandise ahead of the United States Presidential election: Michael Kors, Tory Burch, Prabal Gurung, and more
Fashion is political
Just a few months ago, Naomi Osaka took to the tennis courts with face masks; a fashion statement in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Now, as the 2020 Presidential U.S elections draws close, politicians and designers alike are taking to fashion — this time, to make a clear political call-to-action. The crux of it? Calling on Americans to register to 'Vote' and 'Make Your Vote Count', something deemed necessary for enacting the change that people are hoping to see.
I never imagined that something I'm so passionate about could mean so much to so many! The response has been incredible and I am beyond honored and humbled that @michelleobama wore my design. pic.twitter.com/rbkEZ7HUei— BYCHARI (@ByChari) August 18, 2020
Earlier in August, Michelle Obama was spotted wearing a gold chain that simply read "VOTE" while a number of celebrities like Hailey Bieber and Lizzo salaciously took to the 'Gram to advocate for voting. Fashion brands and influential designers such as Michael Kors are churning out designer merchandise for people to broadcast the right to vote; some even donating their full proceeds to important causes. Above, some of the best voting designer merch to snag — whether you want in on the fashion movement, or in support of loved ones abroad.
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