See All the Pieces Top Designers Made for Obama’s Re-Election Campaign

Pre-order the pieces that designers like Tory Burch, Jason Wu, Marc Jacobs, and Beyonce and Tina Knowles created for the Obama re-election campaign's "Runway to Win" initiative.

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Runway to Win
A sweatshirt that designer Tracy Reese created for "Runway to Win," a fashion initiative supporting Obama's re-election campaign.
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Under a new initiative called "Runway to Win," a number of high-profile designers have created exclusive pieces to benefit Obama's 2012 re-election campaign. All of the items, including this $75 sweatshirt by Tracy Reese, are set to launch February 7, though they're already available for pre-order.
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A red, white, and blue "Obama" tote by Tory Burch, $75.
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A printed scarf by Thakoon that references the designers Spring 2012 collection, $95.
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Rag & Bone's $75 tote boasts an inspiring catchphrase.
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A sport tank by Rachel Roy embellished with an artistic rendering of the flag, $55.
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Marc Jacob's tee boasts a simple message, complete with the designer's signature, for $75.
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Beyonce and Tina Knowles created a House of Dereon tee for the initiative that features a number of quotes for $45.
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Proenza Schouler's $45 take on the 2012 campaign logo features a massive wave and graphic red-and-white lettering.
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Narciso Rodriguez offers his classic, minimalist take on the logo tee for $45.
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A leather wristlet featuring the Obama campaign logo by Laudi Vidni, $85.
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Jason Wu designed a gray crewneck featuring a red, white, and blue bird for $55.
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The two sides of Diane von Furstenberg's bright red nylon flag tote, $85.
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Derek Lam's graphic printed tote for the initiative, $75. As yet unreleased are designs by other talents like Vera Wang, Prabal Gurung, Alexander Wang, Joseph Altuzarra, and Sean "Diddy" Combs.
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