Clintons, De La Renta Honor 'Pantsuit'

Monday, 08 Jul 2013 11:31 PM

 

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One of Hillary Rodham Clinton's pantsuits is on display at a museum in Arkansas.

Posed near a red, cashmere outfit Laura Bush wore in 2008 and a beige ensemble Nancy Reagan donned a decade earlier, the teal, silk pantsuit almost doesn't need a marker to identify the former first lady who sported it.

On Monday, the pantsuit's designer, Oscar de la Renta, met with the self-professed pantsuit aficionado and her husband in Little Rock, where they celebrated some of de la Renta's work on display at the William J. Clinton Presidential Center.

The temporary exhibit, "Oscar de la Renta: American Icon," runs through Dec. 1. It showcases outfits worn by first ladies and Hollywood stars, from the former secretary of state to actress Anne Hathaway.

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