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What’s on Kim Jong Un’s Head?

A hat, we know that much.

Paul Manafort’s Trial Gave Us a Peek at His (Very Expensive) Wardrobe

In case you wanted to see that ostrich jacket up close.

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Trump Supporters Are Boycotting Walmart Over “Impeach 45” Merchandise

#BoycottWalmart, explained.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Red Lipstick Is a Symbol of Change

She defeated incumbent Joseph Crowley without obeying the party line — or expectations about what a candidate should look like.

Why the Trump Administration’s Comments About Businesses Matter

Sarah Sanders and Donald Trump’s tweets about the Red Hen restaurant have raised ethical questions.

Trump Chose a Crooked Tie and Wrinkled Pants for His Meeting with Kim Jong Un

President Trump didn’t dress up much for his historic summit with the North Korean leader.

Kim Jong Un Always Wears the Same Suit — This Is What It Means

His go-to outfit has serious political implications.

Why Alex Jones, Mike Cernovich, and Joe Rogan Are All Selling Skin Care

Why are hypermasculine conspiracy theorists hawking all-natural sunscreens and anti-aging serums?

Listen, the Lotion Scott Pruitt Loves IS Actually Pretty Hard to Find

We 99 percent figured out what that ritzy lotion is.

But Why Does the Head of the EPA Love That Ritz-Carlton Lotion So Much?

Scott Pruitt has reportedly used his 24/7 security detail to acquire ... moisturizer.

The Women Behind @EveryOutfitOnSATC on Making Cynthia Nixon’s Campaign Merch

In honor of Sex and the City’s 20th anniversary, the New York gubernatorial candidate went meta.

Inside the Strict, Unspoken Dress Code for Women Political Candidates

Women running for office are pushing boundaries, but their clothes can’t.

A DSW Employee Says the Company Is Dropping Ivanka Trump Shoes

The Ivanka Trump brand, however, refutes this claim.

Kim Kardashian Met With Donald Trump, and Her Outfit Was ... a Surprise

An in-depth analysis of Kardashian’s simple black pantsuit and bright yellow stilettos.

Ivanka Trump’s New Trademarks in China Raise Ethics Concerns, Again

Amid President Trump’s trade negotiations with China, the Ivanka Trump brand has scored a win there.

‘Repeal’ Sweatshirts Are Everywhere Ahead of Ireland’s Abortion Vote

The Repeal Project’s pullovers are a symbol of pro–abortion rights Ireland.

Major Gun Companies Are Refusing to Do Business With Dick’s Sporting Goods

The sporting goods store is being painted as the enemy of the Second Amendment.

Michelle Wolf’s Joke About Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s Eye Makeup Was Totally Fine

The comedian is getting flak for "calling out" Sanders at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

Chelsea Clinton’s Hair Could Have Straightened Naturally, Explained by a Doctor

A new book claims Clinton may have gotten a keratin treatment, but she says that (among other things) isn’t true.

Head & Shoulders’ Trump Video Proves That Brands Should Maybe Not

When should brands weigh in on political moments?

Melania Trump Wears Chanel Couture to France State Dinner

The first lady’s gown referenced her French guests.

Amazon and Walmart CEOs Make — Surprise! — Drastically More Money Than Their Employees 

CEOs’ salaries have ballooned alarmingly over the past 50 years.

Cosmetics Regulation Is a Joke. Can a Kardashian Fix It?

Kourtney Kardashian went to Capitol Hill to advocate for new legislation.

Sen. Tammy Duckworth’s Baby Nails the Capitol Hill Dress Code

Maile Pearl Bowlsbey’s duck onesie and cardigan make for the best outfit the Senate floor has seen in years.

Barbara Bush’s White Hair Defined Her Whole Persona

It was protective, and also maybe let her get away with a lot.

Adidas Might Sponsor Colin Kaepernick — if He Signs With an NFL Team

Sports brands aren’t shying away from outspoken athletes like LeBron James, Misty Copeland, and Stephen Curry.

Only Two Companies Are Making Trump-Brand Products Now

There used to be 19.

Ivanka Trump Clothing Will Conveniently Be Exempt From New Tariffs

How lucky!

Trump’s Amazon Tweets, Explained

Trump’s anger towards Jeff Bezos has more to do with The Washington Post than the post office.

March for Our Lives Didn’t Need Violent Imagery to Make Its Point

While PETA and some anti-abortion groups use graphic visuals, Saturday’s march was about the future.

Fashion’s Love Affair With Guns Is on an Indefinite Hiatus

After years of peddling ‘gun chic,’ fashion is now supporting March for Our Lives.

Empty Shoes Have Long Symbolized Death

The 7,000 shoes left on the Capitol Tuesday are part of a grim tradition.