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Monica Lewinsky appears very girlboss in a tie and pencil skirt for a clothing brand

2024-02-27T18:14:11.583Z

Highlights: Monica Lewinsky is the face of the latest campaign from the Reformation brand. The clothing brand has partnered with vote.org to push women to vote. The goal of the campaign is to encourage American women toVote in the next presidential elections, in November 2024. Monica Lewinsky was, in the 1990s, an intern at the White House. She found herself at the heart of a scandal, with none other than the President of the United States, with Bill Clinton. In 2014, she campaigned in particular at a Forbes summit in Philadelphia for the end of online harassment, considering herself “patient zero” of it.


At 50, the former White House employee becomes the face of the latest campaign from the Reformation brand, which is partnering with vote.org to push women to vote.


Gone are her days as a White House intern, but forever associated with her image.

Today Monica Lewinsky is 50 years old and she is using her voice to inspire other women to do the same.

What we call a girlboss, is a woman who imposes her success against the tide of masculine power.

The one who was thrust into the spotlight in 1998 for her relationship with Bill Clinton is this time under the crackling flash of a camera, that of the last Reformation campaign.

The clothing brand has partnered with vote.org, a non-profit and, at first glance, non-partisan organization that provides guides for voters in the United States.

The aim of these images being, according to their latest Instagram publication, to “remind women that they have the power”, and to encourage them to vote in the next presidential election, which will take place in November 2024.

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The goal of the Reformation campaign with Monica Lewinsky is to encourage American women to vote in the next presidential elections, in November 2024. Reformation on Instagram

Monica Lewinski appears in around ten photos, each presenting her in a posture of strength and confidence.

In a black dress and leopard heels, she turns her back on the urban landscape of skyscrapers and clouds.

In an unbuttoned blouse and pencil skirt, she speculates in her office chair, a lock of hair in her hand.

In a red suit over red tights, she crosses her arms defiantly.

Looks and poses, perhaps a little crude, to reflect the brand's vision of strong women.

“A ‘Ref’ woman is an empowered woman – and an empowered woman uses her voice,” Monica Lewinsky said in a press release.

“It’s quite simple: voting means using our voice to be heard and that’s the most defining – and powerful – aspect of democracy,” she explains, according to

Page Six.

A voice she uses

Monica Lewinsky considers herself patient zero for cyberbullying.

Reformation for Instagram

She who worked in the White House, who found herself at the heart of a scandal, with none other than the President of the United States, then published a biography with her side of the story and produced a series which documents his relationship with President Clinton.

Using her voice, so she probably knows something about it.

In 2014, she campaigned in particular at a Forbes summit in Philadelphia for the end of online harassment, considering herself “patient zero” of it.

Monica Lewinsky hopes this time to inspire women to harness their inner (and democratic) strength.

A fashion and political campaign, which could well win many votes.

Monica Lewinsky was, in the 1990s, an intern at the White House.

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Source: lefigaro

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