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Obama Campaign Fashion Show, Hosted By Anna Wintour And Iman, Chicago-Bound (PHOTOS)

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 Vogue editor Anna Wintour and supermodel Iman will host the event.
Vogue editor Anna Wintour and supermodel Iman will host the event.

As part of his campaign efforts in his hometown of Chicago, the Obama re-election team is bringing high fashion to the Second City this summer.

In February, the campaign to re-elect President Barack Obama launched a fundraising effort, Runway to Win, that features low-cost items from 27 designers that feature interpretations of Obama images and logos, with proceeds benefitting campaign efforts.

On June 12, celebrities, designers and Chicago's fashion elite will turn out for the unveiling of a Runway to Win pop-up shop, according to NBC.

The star-studded event, hosted at the (newly-vacated) Harpo Studios, will feature the work of Prabal Gurung, Marc Jacobs, Jason Wu, Derek Lam, Beyoncé and more, according to the "Save the Date" flier sent to some Chicagoans in the industry.

Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and supermodel Iman are slated to host the show.

Check out some goods from the selection below, or snag your own at the Runway to Win website.

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