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COVER/LINE is where politics meets pop culture. By going behind the scenes and inside the world of political fashion, art, and celebrity, CNN’s Hunter Schwarz and Kate Bennett bring you a new way to experience politics.

COVER/LINE is where politics meets pop culture. By going behind the scenes and inside the world of political fashion, art, and celebrity, CNN’s Hunter Schwarz and Kate Bennett bring you a new way to experience politics.
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Washington, DC

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CNN

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COVER/LINE is where politics meets pop culture. By going behind the scenes and inside the world of political fashion, art, and celebrity, CNN’s Hunter Schwarz and Kate Bennett bring you a new way to experience politics.

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English


Episodes

The Political Runway: Making a (Fashion) Statement

2/11/2018
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Over the last year there has been an increase in social movements, from the rise of The Women's March to the #MeToo and TimesUp campaigns. From politicians to celebrities to average citizens, people from all walks of life are making their voices heard. Famed fashion designer Prabal Gurung has used his platform, the runway, to show his support for what he calls the "human issues" being highlighted by these movements. In the final episode of "The Political Runway," CNN's Hunter Schwarz and...

Duration:00:26:23

The Political Runway: Dressing the Part

2/10/2018
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Many people think of Jacqueline Kennedy as the first modern-day First Lady, but in fact there are other notable First Ladies who helped set the precedent for the type of First Lady Mrs. Kennedy would become. In the second episode of their COVER/LINE Series "The Political Runway," CNN's Hunter Schwarz and Kate Bennett discuss all things First Lady, past and present, with historian Barbara Perry. They also talk with Kathleen Felix-Hager, the costume designer for Veep, about what it is like...

Duration:00:27:40

The Political Runway: D.C.'s Dress Code

2/9/2018
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Over the years, politicians have developed a dress code all their own. From blue and red ties for men, to skirt suits and pearls for women, the public has grown accustomed to seeing politicians in certain attire. But why do we hold female and male politicians to different fashion standards, and what will happen as more Millennials run for public office and traditional dress becomes a thing of the past? CNN's Hunter Schwarz and Kate Bennett talk with Robin Givhan of The Washington Post...

Duration:00:26:12