How Rihanna Showed Her Support for Hillary Clinton With This Look

Rihanna made her political leanings clear on Wednesday, ahead of the third and final 2016 presidential debate that night.

The singer and designer was spotted in New York wearing a T-shirt with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s face splashed across the front. But this wasn’t just any photo of Clinton on the campaign trail — it’s a shot of Clinton wearing a New York Yankees baseball cap during her time as a New York senator. The T-shirt, made by brand Trapvilla, retails for $35.

Rihanna completed her look with denim cutoffs, a Louis Vuitton bag and Timberland 6-inch boots.

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Rihanna in New York wearing a Hillary Clinton T-shirt and Timberland 6-inch boots.
CREDIT: Splash.
Rihanna Hillary Clinton Timberland Boots
Rihanna’s Timberland boots.
CREDIT: Splash.

Rihanna’s burnished brown boots are a men’s pair and retail for $190.

Timberland 6-Inch Boots
Timberland 6-inch boots.
CREDIT: Courtesy of brand.

According to People, Rihanna — a native of Barbados — can’t vote in the U.S. But at a recent concert, she told the crowd, “I can’t vote, so ya’ll gotta do that for me. How many of ya’ll registered to vote?”

In other Hillary Clinton apparel news, Reebok reimagined her presidential wardrobe with an athleisure edge. The brand released sketches on Wednesday of joggers and jumpsuits designed for the presidential hopeful.

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Reebok reimagines Hillary Clinton’s wardrobe.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Reebok.

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