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Published On: Tue, Jun 4th, 2013

Hillary Clinton jokes at Fashion Awards about ‘Project Pantsuit’

Hillary Clinton had America’s fashion elite in stitches last night, during her hilarious speech at the CFDA Fashion Awards.

The former Secretary of State, who got a standing ovation as she took to the podium at New York’s Lincoln Center, took aim at herself.

Hillary Clinton, left, is known for and joked about her pantsuits while at the CFDA Fashion Awards, 2012 Official White House Photo by Pete Souza

Hillary Clinton, left, is known for and joked about her pantsuits while at the CFDA Fashion Awards, 2012 Official White House Photo by Pete Souza

“I’m going to be pitching Andy [Cohen] on a new show for Bravo… we can call it Project Pantsuit.”

“I was then, as I am now, such a fashion icon,” she quipped.

Clinton was in attendance to present Oscar de la Renta with the prestigious Founder’s Award.

Clinton, now age 65, was wearing one of her friend’s designs. She sported a pair of Oscar de la Renta pants with a long, embellished navy coat and dazzling blue earrings.

CFDA organizers were forced to rearrange the evening’s itinerary in order that she and Mr de la Renta could leave early to join their respective spouses at the 90th birthday party of Henry Kissinger.

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  1. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says:

    THE “WORD ON-THE-STREET” IS Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton IS, lesbian.

    AS A FORMER FIRST-LADY WHO HAS TALENT IN HER OWN RIGHT – AS, A FORMER “Watergate” attorney – IT IS NOT A GOOD IDEA FOR AMERICA’S TOP FEMININE ROLE-MODEL [First Ladies] TO HIGHLIGHT THE SO-CALLED GLAMOUR OF WEARING PANTSUITS.

    Monica Lewinsky WORE A BLUE DRESS; IT SEEMS President William Jefferson Clinton PREFERS FEMININE FEMALES.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

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