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Marc Jacobs, Tory Burch and Public School Design Hillary Clinton Campaign Tees

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Anna Wintour with daughter Bee Shaffer

Anna Wintour has already worn one. (Yes, she wore a tee.)

If you find yourself a supporter of Hillary Clinton, there's a good chance you're already all about about her campaign merchandise ("everyday pantsuit" tee, anyone?). But wait, there's more. On Friday, the presidential hopeful announced on her website a "Made for History" collection of limited-edition tees designed by some of the biggest names in fashion.

The first set of unisex tees is designed by Tory Burch, Public School's Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne and Marc Jacobs (each retailing for $45). Burch's T-shirt reads in colorful scribbled letters: "Women's Rights Are Human Rights," while Public School's creation says in serif font: "MAKE HERSTORY."

Jacobs, who wore a sequined top featuring Clinton's face at his fall 2016 runway show, designed a pop art print version and expressed on her site that his "support for Hillary is grounded on our long-standing shared belief in equality."

It seems Anna Wintour agrees with Jacobs, as she rocked his design at his presentation on Thursday night. The Vogue editor-in-chief's support of Clinton is no surprise, though. Wintour declared she was endorsing her in her presidential bid and also took part in a fundraiser for Clinton that was hosted at Burch's Hamptons home last August.

Kendall Jenner joined Wintour in showing her support for Clinton, as she took to Instagram to post a photo featuring herself in the shirt and adding the hashtags "MadeForHistory" and "ImWithHer."

Head over to hillaryclinton.com for more info.

 

Shirt by @themarcjacobs. History by @hillaryclinton. #MadeForHistory #ImWithHer @voguemagazine

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