A fashion co-sign won't take you too far in the political arena; presiential candidates aren't too worried about being stylish (we see you, Mitt), but it sure helps if the person near the top of one of the world's largest publishing houses is in your corner.
Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour, who supposedly had beef with Hilary Clinton over an unfulfilled cover story in 2008, is now supporting the former First Lady in a 2016 run at the White House, the Assosicated Press reports.
The bad blood was settled as Wintour visited Bill Clinton's Presidential Center in Little Rock, Ark. for an event held by the Clintons and Oscar de la Renta that exhibited some of Mrs. Clinton's pantsuits that she wore during her first campaign for U.S. Senator.
British-born Wintour, who is now a U.S. citizen, had once called Clinton mannish and a coward, but had nothing but praise for her at the event. "I can only hope that all of you here in Little Rock will be celebrating her come November 2016," Wintour said.
[via Associated Press]