Joe Biden wins the 2020 US election: celebrities react
Regardless of which party you are on, we can all agree on one thing: fashion plays an important role in politics.
From the swing of certain designers to choosing certain colors and silhouettes, clothing can make a powerful statement. Take a look at Kamala Harris‘Flashy white suit during her victory as Vice President of the United States.
She is the first female vice president and the first black and South Asian American to hold the title. So it made sense that her groundbreaking victory deserved an equally impressive outfit, cleverly interspersed with symbolism. Her all-white power suit not only stood for hope and certainty – two things the color white conveys – but her ensemble was also an allusion to the women’s suffrage movement.
Kamala isn’t the only politician who makes a style statement. In fact, fashion is most celebrated at the President’s opening balls. It’s a time when America’s first ladies, a handful of happy celebs and public figures indulge in the glitz and glamor to celebrate the new term of office of the President of the United States, who also dresses to impress.