How Karlie Kloss, Julia Roberts, and other celebrities are using their outfits to call for elections | World Fashion Channel

How Karlie Kloss, Julia Roberts, and other celebrities are using their outfits to call for elections

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21 Oct 2020

There is not much time left before the main political event of the year - the US presidential elections. Hollywood celebrities and influencers use their authority to remind fans that everyone has to get involved in the country's politics. The American stars agitate voting creatively, notably with the help of bright fashion outfits!

 

 

Model Hailey Bieber tried on this 2020 main accessory - a protective mask with a "Vote" print. She has also shown another win-win option – a crop top with a daring inscription "Voting is hot." That's how Haley hinted that politics and fashion should go hand in hand.

 

 

Julia Roberts showed another not less self-speaking look. The actress appeared in a black Christian Siriano trouser suit, embellished with white lettering that also encourages to vote for a reliable candidate.

 

 

Lizzo's outfit is made in a similar style: to receive the music award, the singer chose a Christian Siriano dress with a print in the form of the "vote" lettering.

 

 

In her turn, model Karlie Kloss showed cool leather Stuart Weitzman boots with big white lettering - this is exactly the variation of logomania that is currently at its peak in the United States. To get the important message out, she has also complemented her outfit with the cute gold 'VOTE' mono earing.

 

 

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