Stripped: Power Dressing and Hillary Clinton

Stripped: Power Dressing and Hillary Clinton

By: and
11/08/2016

In this first episode of Stripped, Emma Francois and Isabel Lord address Hillary Clinton’s style evolution, the political role of the pantsuit, and the meaning behind the morphing landscape of female power dressing. And not to bash the American royalty that is Ralph Lauren (read: these ladies are definitely throwing shade), but they critique the designer’s relationship with politics and how a Clinton presidency can boost American brands and young fashion talents.

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Emma Francois is the highest-pitched voice on the fashion + sex podcast, Stripped.


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