How the Fashion Crowd Is Rallying Voters on Social Media

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Kendall Jenner wearing a "Vote" T-shirt.
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As the presidential election approaches, some of fashion’s biggest names are doing their part to encourage their fans and followers to vote on Tuesday. Over the weekend, Beyoncé and Jay Z appeared at a Cleveland rally for Hillary Clinton. Model Kendall Jenner has encouraged her followers to vote and has also professed her approval for Clinton. Designers Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, Tanya Taylor, Stella McCartney and others have also taken to social media to show their support.

During New York Fashion Week, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour held a fashion show along with Clinton aide Huma Abedin to back the Democratic candidate. She invited Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, and tapped designers including Jacobs, Taylor, Diane von Furstenberg and Public School designers Dao-Yi Chao and Maxwell Osborne to create items for the show.

See who else has spoken out on the election below:

Last call 📢 Today is the final day to register to vote in New York! 🗽 Link in bio.

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Over 140 million Americans determined the outcome of the last election… They didn't vote. @rockthevote

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Make Herstory this November. @hillaryclinton @voguemagazine

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Twinning with @evachen212 at the #MadeForHistory fashion show ❤️💙❤️ #NYFW

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HRC ⭐️ 2016 #edieparker #pouch @hillaryclinton #imwithher #madeforhistory www.shop.hillaryclinton.com

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