Why fashion magazines climb into politics?

Since last year, fashion magazines have a new favorite character - Melania Trump. Now, while political publications are discussing how the anti-globalists against Donald Trump and the last one talked with Vladimir Putin, the luster judges Melania’s hourglass style and which designer she chooses more often. And not so long ago, or rather since about May, Melania began to be crowded by another politopolitan figure - the wife of French President Emmanuel Macron Brigitte. We have already told in detail about the story of her acquaintance with the future president, which once again exposed the double standards of our society in relation to women and men. And now let's summarize several months of Brigitte in the status of the first lady: no one is interested in her social activities in the new post - everyone is gossiping exclusively and only on the theme of her clothes. Why is Madame Macron so sympathetic to Louis Vuitton? Why so often wear short "broad-shouldered" jackets? Why at her age (our “favorite” approach, sexist) so often wears a mini, and even without tights ?! Whether in politics everything is so bad,that there is nothing to discuss, or the stereotype that a woman is her appearance, and a man is his business, more alive than all the living. After all, you see, the journals of Angela Merkel never exaggerated the costumes with such zeal, but her rigorous measures against crisis countries - how!

Brigitte Macron and Emmanuel Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte

US First Lady Melania Trump

US First Lady Melania Trump

Fashion becomes politics, obeying the same schemes that benefit exclusively large globalist brands (example: Michael Kors recent purchase of Jimmy Choo shoe brand). And politics, in turn, becomes fashionable, because any official event requiring the presence of a minister, king or president with the participation of his spouse is a reason to show the world her outfit and her style, even to the point that the dress Melania - This is a silent cry for help.

Through the political agenda, fashionable media form new heroines for themselves. Do you remember how a few years ago there was no such frenzied interest in stellar children? And now the latter are everywhere - on the covers, in advertising campaigns, starring, and somehow even ashamed to say that they don’t have a place there when, if not premium statuettes, they have more of Instagram subscribers than famous parents.

Duchess of Cambridge Katherine

Duchess of Cambridge Katherine

First Lady of Argentina Julian Avada

First Lady of Argentina Julian Avada

By the same principle, with the advent of Catherine, then Carla Bruni, and now Melania and Brigitte, a new grouping of "political fashion women" is opening, women, which we will now read only because they are always visible because of their official duties. And the list is rapidly replenishing: after the meeting of Donald Trump with the Argentine president, his wife Julian Awad got on radars. Latinos with the appearance of the winner of the beauty contest and a good taste in clothes immediately entered the list of the most-most stylish first lady in the world. However, these lists are compiled by the media themselves. For example, the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper after the July summit of the G-20 set itself the goal of discussing all the famous ladies present and handed down a verdict that it was time for Angela Merkel to change her hairstyle and become more feminine (finally, she got it!), And the wife of the prime- Minister of Japan Aki Abe - to put on a dress instead of overalls (maybe, women also stop wearing pants and return to corsets ?!). Not pleased with the "experts" even deified by the fashionable magazines Melania - she supposedly it would be worth collecting the hair to look more elegant.Well, without mockery of Brigitte Macron has not done (although she was not this time in the mini): she was charged that she next to her husband looks like a mother with her son.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Wife of Japanese Prime Minister Aki Abe

Wife of Japanese Prime Minister Aki Abe

US First Lady Melania Trump

US First Lady Melania Trump

French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte

French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte

Thus, through the discussion of the so-called political fashion, magazines find a loophole for releasing patriarchal couples again. Allegedly, women in power should be almost monastic in their strictness — no short skirts, translucent nipples, or shamelessly expensive designer clothes (criticism of this topic is the inheritance of the Duchess Catherine). But after all, in the patriarchy, a good wife after midnight turns into an excellent mistress, and therefore, it is also forbidden to be strict to such an extent as to become like a man. Therefore, the boring costumes of Merkel also fall under the fountain of conviction.



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