- Dailycandy | Fashion | Wed, Oct 24, 2012 4:02 PM EDT | Comments
Regardless of whether you're a supporter of Obama or Romney (or neither!), get into the 2012 election spirit with these fashion-forward political-themed goodies.
One at a time, please. (Voting scandals are so 2008.)
Available at urbanoutfitters.com, $28.
24 Denims Finds Worth Trying On
Bribery will get you everywhere nowhere. Win crowds over with designer Alex Woo's silver, gold, and diamond-studded party charm necklaces.
Available at alexwoo.com, $158-$1,158.
Only time will tell the winner. Between now and then, show your true colors with a Rock the Vote wrist ticker.
Available at modifywatches.com, $25-$80.
Preview the Target and Neiman Marcus Holiday Collection
You're never one to tiptoe around the issues. Which is precisely why you should try pro-vote kicks on for size.
Available at toms.com, $58.
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- Redbook | Team Mom | Wed, Oct 24, 2012 10:22 AM EDT | Comments
To raise a global, well-informed citizen, try these ideas to engage children big and small in the United States' biggest political event: the presidential election. Politics just got a lot more kid-friendly. By Ava Feuer, REDBOOK.Take your kids to vote.
If your parents took you to polls with them, it's likely a fond memory that you tap into every time you vote. Share this with your children by voting during before- or after-school hours, and bringing them along. You'll send the message that part of being a good citizen is participating in one's democracy, and they'll get a kick out of pulling the lever. Snap photos of your family at the polls, and share them with other REDBOOK readers on Facebook, on Pinterest using the hashtag #kidsvote, on Twitter @Redbookmag with the hashtag #kidsvote, and on Instagram with the hasthag #kidsvote.
Go to a political event.
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- Anderson Team | Anderson Cooper | Tue, Oct 23, 2012 4:38 PM EDT | Comments
Body language expert Janine Driver explains how last night's presidential debate went, according to the body language of President Obama and Mitt Romney. Driver says she paid close attention to the politicians' facial expressions, saying, "We saw contempt, we saw anger, we saw disgust, we saw contempt in Mitt Romney's face."
Which candidate does Janine believe to have a stronger body language presence? Watch the video and find out.
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- Tue, Oct 23, 2012 9:13 AM EDT | From FOX News Videos | CommentsPeter Johnson, Jr. weighs in
- Refinery29 | Fashion | Mon, Oct 22, 2012 3:16 PM EDT | Comments
By Leila Brillson, Refinery29Doonan-isms" - when Simon says something cheeky and Jonathan jumps in to clarify. At the Tyra Banks-hosted Flawsome Ball, the couple showed up to support their friend (who pushed through paparazzi to ensure the trio got a photo opportunity), and took a few moments to talk about what has been on the style community's mind: The Doonan-titled "Fuchsia-Gate" and the great debate that is decor.
So, have you guys been keeping up with the debates?
Simon Doonan: "Oh, no. I've got voter fatigue. I just want to get on with the election. I can't watch one more stupid debate."
Jonathan Adler: "I watched, and what they said just reminds me of the Miss America pageants when they ask them the questions. But, the red, white, and blue color scheme was on point. The decor was incredible."
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