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A few nurses have come up with ways to spend the $150,000 that bought Gov. Palin’s wardrobe.

A new internet game posted this morning by the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee, , lets web users themselves find other uses for the shopping spree the Republican National Committee famously spent on wardrobe and makeup for Gov. Sarah Palin.

“The secret is out. There is a Marxist in the Presidential race. She’s just not on the Democratic ticket. The real Marxist is in the McCain camp, the Neiman Marxist adorned in that fetching $150,000 wardrobe,” says CNA/NNOC Executive Director Rose Ann DeMoro.

“It’s extremely disingenuous to paint yourself as a ‘hockey mom’ or the voice of ‘Joe Six Pack’ when you’re strutting around in a $150,000 outfit,” said DeMoro.

“Real working people live and dress far differently,” DeMoro noted.

The $150,000 shopping spree amounts to, as Sam Stein noted on Huffington Post, more than the average American household spends on clothes in 80 years.

The same $150,000 could buy

  • 15,000 chef coats
  • 5,769 painter’s bibs
  • 5,000 police shirts
  • 4,687 auto mechanics’ coveralls
  • 3,750 pilot uniforms
  • 3,571 housekeeper uniforms

Imagine that!

Seems there are just two groups of people in this world who agree with Sarah’s big spend on her new threads.

Politico’s Sarah Abruzzese tracks the story. Read More »

Sarah Palin says she will donate her clothing to charity once the campaign’s over.

However, that didn’t stop Republican donors’ fury today.

They’re asking a couple questions today.

Is spending $150k on clothing in such a short period of time–for an election campaign–even legal?

Shouldn’t she should be able to pay for her wardrobe with her own money?!

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Being Sarah Palin must be nice.

From a fashion perspective, that is.

Politico reports that the RNC seems to have shelled out $150,000 to pay for the Veep candidate’s wardrobe. Read More »

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You’ve got to check out Bluefly’s Fashion Decision ’08.

With the election only two weeks away, Bluefly customers are already casting their votes in the five-week online election.

Every Thursday, Bluefly asks voters to decide which candidate  one representing red, the other blue – rocked it better. 

From the First Wives-to-be, to the candidates and their surrogates, visitors can riff on, for example, who rocked the Sarah Palin look best  SNLs Tina Fey or the aspiring Veep herself?

Or who wore the other partys color better: Michelle Obama in Republican red or Cindy McCain in Democratic blue?

Check it out!

Will you watch the final presidential debate tonight?

Or will you tune into the finale of Project Runway instead?

If you’re a true fashionista and a conscientious citizen, you’ll probably be switching between channels.

Anyways, just wanted to remind you of the finale on Bravo tonight.

If you’re thinking of inviting some people over for a Runway viewing party, here’s a cool invitation developed by the folks at

Click to send.

I just love how people are pushing the voter registration agenda — from every angle.

Now the Roots’ DJ ?uestlove and Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes will headline a red carpet L.A. Fashion Week / Voter Registration event on Friday.

The evening, designed to utilize entertainment to ramp up voter registration among young Americans, will also feature runway shows by LRG Clothing, Factory Girl Clothing, JUZD Bamboo, Grefphenreed and others.

October 17 marks the last weekend the citizens can register to vote (October 20th is LAST day).

So if you’re in LA, head over to VERSUS NIGHTLIFE, the new entertainment venue in the Fashion District, party it up and  register!

To celebrate its 150th birthday, Macy’s is focusing on fashion.

And they’ve asked Tori Spelling to help!

On October 11, celebs including Jerry Springer, Jack Coleman (“Heroes”), Nancy O’Dell (“Access Hollywood”) and Kate Flannery (“The Office”) will join together as part of Macy’s Celebrity Catwalk Challenge.

It’s a reality show contest that Tori Spelling will host.

The participants will have to endure the rigors of training to become a Passport runway model.

This one-hour NBC special is definitely gonna put the celebs to the test.

It will premiere on October 11 on NBC at 8 p.m. ET.

Lovessss it!!

Tracey Reese, Vera Wang, Juicy Couture, Zac Posen, Albertus Swanepoel, Proenza Schouler, Diane von Furstenberg — ALL IN ONE PLACE!

This is beyond awesome!

Show your support for Obama.

Visit his Runway to Change and make a purchase today.

P.S. To McCain’s supporters: if anything this awesome or remotely fashionable pops out of his camp, I’ll be sure to post that, too. 

Palin, Palin, PALIN…

She’s splashed on newspaper and magazine covers and hogging your news segment — because of her role in reenergizing the Republicans and because of her EYEGLASSES.

Now almost every frame maker / retailer is being bombarded with requests for Palin’s extra pair of eyes.

Just so you don’t run out and get them — only to be disappointed that they don’t fit exactly like hers do, I thought I’d post a few tips to consider when you’re selecting frame. Read More »