Hillary Clinton's #pantsuitpower effect and US Presidential Elections 2016
Los Angeles : The #pantsuitpower parade is not just any dancing parade but an event created by many of Hillary Clinton’s fans to show support and solidarity with the Democratic candidate ahead of US Presidential Elections 2016.
As the name suggests ‘the pantsuit’ is Hillary Clinton’s new fashion sense that has suddenly hit the mark with the dancing performers.
On October 22, at an event marked the National Pantsuit Day, a heart-romping performance was given by nearly 200 women and men across the Brooklyn Bridge waving signs in favour of Hillary, which gave way to enthusiasm and loud cheers.
The performers can be seen dancing to Justin Timberlake’s contagiously boppy disco-pop song “Can’t Stop the Feeling”, which is directed by Celia Rowlson-Hall, 32, a New York-based choreographer who’s worked on HBO’s “Girls” and other TV shows and music videos.
It was posted on Facebook and Vimeoby Humanity for Hillary, a social media campaign aimed at artists, in support of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
According to Rowlson-Hall, “I wanted to bring some kind of humanity to her campaign, because I think humanity and love and humor tend to get lost when we’re in the heat of all of this.
“We just felt the need to do something. We thought how can we creatively impact this election? So we made the video.”
On October 24, Ashley Lindsey, a professional dancer in New York City originally from Raleigh, also lead the group to dance on the same song.
Hillary’s pantsuit in vogue!
Many thanks to Gucci’s designer Alessandro Michele’s flamboyant bright trouser suits that were even enjoyed by Beyonce, Emma Watson and Cate Blanchett at red carpets almost exactly the same time that Hillary is enjoying her political upfront.
It should be noted that in comparison to Hillary’s earlier rainbow patterns, her dressing has refined now. Not to mention, that her new dressing style comes from Michelle Obama’s former aide Kristina Schake who has united with brands like Armani and Ralph Lauren.
Clinton will be rallying in Charlotte on October 26 and in Winston-Salem on October 27 with Michelle Obama.