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Pantsuits

  1. music video
    Watch Dua Lipa’s New Video for the PantsuitsIt’s the all-female answer to “Hotline Bling.”
  2. Meet the Official Workwear Brand of Powerful WomenArgent’s clients include Gloria Steinem and Hillary Clinton.
  3. #imwithher
    15 Photos From National Pantsuit DayWhat a way to say #imwithher.
  4. The Pre–Hillary Clinton History of PantsuitsApparently, pantsuits used to refer to boys’ suits.
  5. 9 Pantsuits Speak 9,000 Words… So Hillary Clinton still doesn’t have to talk to the press.
  6. Hillary Clinton Makes a Pantsuit Joke So You Don’t Have ToThe Hillary Clinton campaign store is open for business. 
  7. look of the day
    Kate Moss Partied Hard in a Pink Feather Boa And a polka-dot pantsuit.
  8. pants-o-pedia
    Great Moments in Pants: A Handy Trouser TimelineFrom A to Zubaz.
  9. Elle Fanning Is Now a Brunette And over the princess look.
  10. street comber
    13 Ways to Wear a Crisp, Bright Summer SuitThere’s even a palm print. 
  11. look of the day
    Lorde Performed in a Bubblegum-Pink SuitA notable change of palette.
  12. Giorgio Armani Would Happily Provide Pantsuits for Hillary’s InaugurationThe “how would you dress Hillary for her inauguration?” line of questioning has begun. 
  13. pantsuits
    Hillary Clinton Chats With Women Who Play TV Versions of HerLet’s talk about you. 
  14. pantsuits of the union
    Anna Wintour Endorses Hillary Clinton’s Pantsuits and CampaignLong live ODLR trousers.
  15. A History of Hillary Clinton Making Pantsuit JokesSo many funny pantsuit jokes. 
  16. pants!
    Carey Mulligan’s Red-Carpet Pantsuits: A CelebrationFour glorious red-carpet tuxedos.
  17. Stephen Colbert and Nancy Pelosi Make Jokes, Nice At the Glamour Women of the Year awards last night, Stephen Colbert exchanged jabs with honoree Nancy Pelosi. During his (in character) introduction of the Speaker of the House, he could only muster: “I am so honored to be here tonight to honor all of these honorable … honorees.” (“My writers are on strike!” he cracked, moments later.) Colbert went on to praise Pelosi’s fashion — over her politics — calling her “by far the most glamorous Speaker we’ve ever had” (an accolade that received enthusiastic applause). “Whether she’s prowling the Capitol steps in a cream pantsuit, or strutting the halls of Congress in a blue pantsuit, or grudgingly clapping behind the president at the State of the Union in, say, cream pants and a blue pantsuit blazer — she always has the right accessories,” he said. “While I may disagree with everything she stands for, I will defend until death her right to” — snapping in a fashion-savvy Z — “MAKE. IT. WORK.” Pelosi took the jokes happily, (perhaps she’s over the time he kicked her virtual ass on Nintendo Wii?), but she saved a barb for him as he left the stage. “Of all the introductions I have ever received,” she said to the comedian, “yours is certainly the most … recent.” —Ben Kawaller Read what Diane Sawyer thinks is the biggest problem facing TV journalism, and other important factoids, in our complete quotable coverage of the Glamour Women of the Year Awards.