DENVER — Designer Charles Nolan and his life partner, Andrew Tobias, treasurer of the Democratic National Committee, perfectly exhibit the union between politics and fashion.
In an interview at the Democratic National Convention here, among thousands of energetic delegates poised to nominate Sen. Barack Obama as the first major party African-American candidate to run for the White House, the duo gave their perspective on everything from the fashion styles of potential first ladies Michelle Obama and Cindy McCain to the economy, Warren Buffett and the convention.
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