Joe Biden’s merch is a nod to concert shirts and Kamala Harris’ Converse
Now, the Biden-Harris campaign has unveiled some brand new merchandise and the designs may surprise some of you.
The Biden-Harris campaign is clearly leaving those stuffy old political campaign designs behind. As we've seen in the past with Donald Trump's MAGA hats, political merchandise can have a major influence on society.
Now, Biden and Harris are teaming up with some designers to collaborate on new merch that is, well, pretty cool. The campaign has launched various new merch items including a face mask, in collaboration with Monique Pean, and a scarf, in collaboration with Thom Browne.
One of the Biden-Harris campaign's most popular items right now is the "Tie Dye Concert Tee." The shirt is in collaboration with Joe Perez and is truly reminiscent of our favorite concert and festival shirts. Perez previously worked as an art director for Kanye West's DONDA label. The cotton tee comes in a cool blue tie-dye design and is selling for $50.
[Photos via Joe Biden store]
Another Biden-Harris campaign item is a clear nod to Harris' Chuck Taylors. Harris nearly broke the internet this week after she was seen deboarding a plane in a pair of classic Chuck Taylors. Onlookers quickly spotted the shoes and Chuck Taylors eventually started trending on Twitter.
The "Aviators and Sneakers Navy T-Shirt" includes Biden's iconic aviator sunglasses. However, the shirt design also features a few different pairs of Converse, a clear tribute to the shoes Harris has been rocking on the campaign trail. The cotton shirt comes in navy and is available for $30.
[Photo via Joe Biden store]
The article features hundreds of campaign endorsements from both political figures and familiar faces within entertainment. Included in the very long list are individuals such as Barack Obama, Cardi B, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Demi Lovato.
All of the Biden-Harris campaign merchandise is available to view here.
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