WikiLeaks Is Getting Into the Fashion Game

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Appearing in a T magazine photo spread, getting his own Vivienne Westwood–designed T-shirt, modeling in a London Fashion Week show: We should have known Julian Assange's next move would be a fashion line. Racked reports that the WikiLeaks chief wants to open stores in India as well as an e-commerce site for his planned collection of "high-end fashion apparel, accessories, household goods, paper goods, that kind of stuff." India, where Assange reportedly has a slew of fans, was a natural choice for brick-and-mortar expansion. In the meantime, get in on the ground floor of this trend with WikiLeaks' current limited stock of merchandise, including a "Designated Enemy of the State" T-shirt or "Courage Is Contagious" knit cap. (Not to mention plenty of American Apparel–logo fleece hoodies, a.k.a. the "hacker uniform.")