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Hillary Clinton's Democratic primary battle is heating up, but three influential designers are showing their support. Clinton teamed with Marc Jacobs, Tory Burch, and the Public School designers to create a range of T-shirts in support of her campaign.
The "Made for History" collection shows three T-shirts with each designer's signature style. Public School's is black, white, and simple; Marc Jacobs offers a ringer tee with what a portrait of Clinton done by Andy Warhol would look like; while Tory Burch's T-shirt features a Clinton quote reading "Women’s rights are human rights" in rainbow text.
Jacobs has long been a supporter of Clinton and previously designed T-shirts in support of her senate and presidential campaigns in 2004 and 2008, respectively.
"My support for Hillary is grounded on our long-standing shared belief in equality," Jacobs tells Vogue. "I am proud to share this T-shirt as a champion for equal rights, for the progress we have made, and for the hope of continued progress with Hillary as President."
Burch also has backed Clinton in the past, hosting a fundraiser this summer at her Hamptons estate.
Public School's Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow added on Clinton's website: "A Hillary Clinton presidency would mark an exciting and bold new chapter in America's story — and in the story for women's equality."
Each T-shirt is $45 and can be purchased at Clinton's website now.
Not to be outdone, Bernie Sanders has garnered the support of Shepard Fairey, of streetwear brand Obey. Fairey designed a T-shirt in support of the candidate reading "Feel the Bern," WWD reports.
Fairey created a T-shirt in support of Obama during his presidential run that got him in trouble with the law.
Fairey's new shirt wasn't well received by the Clinton camp. Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon took to Twitter over the shirt, writing "Diss Obama by day, do poor man's imitation of 2008 campaign by night."
You can purchase the Fairey's Bernie T-shirt for $30 here.