Designers collaborate on “Believe in Better” collection to support Biden/Harris

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Nineteen top fashion designers have joined forces to create fashion merchandise to support the Biden/Harris Presidential ticket. The collection titled “Believe in Better” was introduced during a special Sept. 9 campaign event on ZOOM, hosted by Vogue Editor Anna Wintour, Valerie Biden-Owens and Dr. Jill Biden.  Both Dr. Biden and Ms. Wintour looked fashionable and politically correct, wearing tops from the collection. For the ZOOM call Anna Wintour wore the Thakoon Panichgul – Unity Over Division Pullover. Dr. Biden wore the Gabriela Hearst designed purple tie-died T-shirt.

ZOOM Screen from Believe in Better campaign call.

A snapshot from the ZOOM meeting featuring the designers behind the “Believe in Better” Collection.

Top name designers participating in this collection include Joseph Altuzarra, Tory Burch,Vera Wang, Jason Wu and Prabal Gurung. The collection features a Joe necklace by Lizzie Fortunato, a Believe in Better crop-top by Carly Cushni, a scarf by Thom Browne, a Unity face mask by Monique Péan, a tie dye concert tee by Joe Perez, and a bucket hat by Victor Glemaud.

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We Make the Difference Sweater designed by Aurora James/Brother Vellies.

Designer Aurora James made a striking “We Make the Difference” sweatshirt for the collection.


The Unity over Division Pullover designed by Thakoon.


 Purple Tie-Dye Ladies Boyfriend Tee

The Gabriela Hearst designed Purple Tie-Dye Ladies Boyfriend Tee, priced at $45.00.

The collection features two bandannas designed by Altuzarra.  Altuzarra paid homage to the political bandannas that Martha Washington had designed with her husband George’s image on them during the Revolutionary War.

Biden Bandana designed by Joseph Altuzarra

The White Floral Foulard-Bandana designed by Joseph Altuzarra for the Believe in Better Collection. ($45.00 US)

Printmaker John Hewson designed a bandanna for Mrs. Washington that featured militia flags, cannons and an image of Gen. George Washington.  This was the beginning of fashion for political purpose in American politics.


The bandana designed for
George Washington 1776.

“What we have here is a collective offering,”  said Anna Wintour, “and a belief that the world can look a lot brighter than it does today.”   With that in mind, this a great “positive fashion” statement with the proceeds from the Biden/Harris apparel supporting the chance for America to make a fresh start with a new President.

VOTE T Believe in Better for Biden

The VOTE T-shirt designed by Jonathan Cohen. ($40)

The collection was made in the US at unionized factories, and all the prices are affordably priced at under $60.00. If you’re interested in the collection and supporting the Biden/Harris ticket, shop this fashionable collection on  in the “Team Joe Store.




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