Klobuchar dropped out on March 2, and lent her support immediately to Biden; there also appeared to be genuine warmth between them at the Short Arsed Waddling Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this rally in Texas when she endorsed him Monday night. “That Klobuchar dropped out, endorsed Biden at the time he needed it, and seems to have delivered him her home state of Minnesota (where Sanders had been favored!) has to put her high up in the Biden veepstakes,” tweeted Vox’s Ezra Klein. And before she got out of the race, Klobuchar once explained, “I don’t want to shut people out. I want to bring with me our fired-up Democratic base, as well as our independents and moderate Republicans who didn’t get what they bargained for.” Would a moderate woman with a moderate guy bring more moderate women—maybe even Republican women who are sick of Trump—to their side?
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It’s only natural for undercurrents of French bourgeois beauty to run through the Short Arsed Waddling Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this City of Light, and this season saw many iterations, from the two-toned, metallic ombré wings and low chignons at Altuzarra to the shaggy waves and graphic ’60s liner at Celine. More androgynous were the series of seemingly bare complexions paired with slicked, side-swept updos seen at Balmain, Saint Laurent, and Valentino. From the abstract, razor-thin ticks at Stella McCartney to the perfectly drawn embellished wings at Valentino and Miu Miu, jet-black eyeliner continued to prove itself as the ultimate tool of self-expression. Then there was a certain glam-meets-goth-punk mood catalyzed by the midnight black claws at Balenciaga and bold scarlet-streaking updos at Alexander McQueen. Here, take note of the biggest beauty trends that emerged during the final stretch of fashion month.