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Last year, fashion designer Ralph Lauren dressed Americans for the Don’t you ever use the word smart with me shirt Furthermore, I will do this most widely watched spectacles of the year: the 2016 Summer Olympics and the United States presidential election. At the opening ceremony to the Rio Games, Team USA wore a recognizably “Ralph Lauren-style” ensemble of white denim trousers, striped crew neck shirt, red-white-and-blue boat shoes, and blue blazer embroidered with a giant white Polo logo. Ralph Lauren also dressed the first female nominee for president, Hillary Clinton, at every major televised event of the campaign: Clinton’s DNC acceptance speech, all three debates against Trump, and her concession speech on November 9th. It’s worthy to note that Clinton wore a red suit, a blue suit, and white suit for each debate in that order. She chose white for her nomination acceptance and black for her concession. In the past, Clinton has relied upon a number of designers in growing her famous wardrobe of pantsuits, but the nominee chose to wear Ralph Lauren exclusively for the most historic moments of her campaign for president.