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Actualizing what was once just a feminist plot concept, this VII slideshow of “Hillary’s Angels” by Stephanie Sinclair, features the female security team assigned to Sec. Clinton. This shot, in particular, riffs off the logo from the original show. If the women played along with some of these scenes, I still wouldn’t want to get on anyone’s bad side.
(photo: Stephanie Sinclair caption: Members of Clinton’s security detail do drills at their training facility in West Virginia.)
If the cover photo of Hillary inaugurating Newsweek/Beast is completely forgettable, this shot accompanying the article by Stephanie Sinclair is throughly interesting. Unfortunately, though, I have no idea what it’s saying — except that, with the designer sunglasses and the montage of Hillary, Secret Service Man and sheik guy, it’s a very stylish image. And style, more than anything (oh, and the cult of personality), is what the new Newsweek is really about.
(photo: Stephanie Sinclair for Newsweek)