This may be the most political New York fashion week yet: statements no longer limited to a broad principle or call to arms, but extending to meet specific campaigns. Jeremy Scott’s show featured a T-shirt that read “Tell your Senator No on Kavanaugh”, referring to the president’s supreme court nomination, a man so enamoured of the second amendment that next season’s catwalk, should that “no” not work, would have to include holsters. Christian Siriano, meanwhile, went with “Vote for Cynthia”, in some ways a straightforward message (senators can’t always pull it out of the bag; whereas a vote for the governor of New York is still a vote), in other ways more complicated (is Cynthia Nixon the decent-person’s choice? Or the fashion choice? Or both?).

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