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What are the head of states of the world.

Barack Obama

Barack Obama in the United States is considered an icon of "relaxing" political style. Thanks to him, became fashionable shirts with the sleeves rolled up and no tie - so the US president appears in a semi-formal occasions. In formal situations, his personal dress code: a single-breasted two-button jacket in long loose pants and a white shirt.

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Ties Obama prefers apolitical blue tones (instead of nearly mandatory for American politicians bright red). Promotes loyalty to the national product and support their own producers, the president of the company wears suits Chicago Hart Schaffner Marx, American Shoes Johnston & Murphy & Watches Jorg Gray.

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David Cameron

British politicians, as well as American, are great patriots in the choice of clothes. Who finished in 2010 as Prime Minister David Cameron is no exception. On formal occasions a British politician appears in the custom-made single-breasted two-button suits to shirts and Richard James or Paul Smith.

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Neckties he prefers the English too - bright shades of blue or green. David Cameron chose to abandon all status accessories, so the clock is not as cufflinks. By the way, he is the only one of the leaders of the G8 countries, appearing in public in clothing budget brands. Londoners are not rarely see him dressed in Marks & Spenser, Zara, Uniqlo and Gap.

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Sarkozy

Nicolas Sarkozy - the first French president who changed costumes of Parisian fashion. Most of his strict single-breasted jacket with three buttons (and trousers, of course) are sewn Italian brands such as Kiton, Stefano Ricci, Brunello Cuccinelli and Brioni. Sarkozy wearing an Italian suit even the inauguration - at the ceremony, he appeared in a jacket and trousers Prada blue.

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By the way, the president often wears suits not authorized lighter shade, but prefers ties strict dark colors. Sarkozy also has Italian Bertulli shoes that increase growth of 7-9 centimeters, and Swiss watches chooses - Rolex.

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Berlusconi

The Italian Prime Minister is very conservative in the choice of clothing: for 30 years he wears the same dark-blue suits, light blue shirt and blue tie with polka dots - all tailored by Italian craftsmen.

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The only deviation from the "Italian Standard" in the suit of the Prime Minister - a Swiss watch Omega, which he also has a lot of years in a row. "It is absolutely not in style. The point is the convenience and ease, "- he says about the choice of clothes and accessories Berlusconi himself.

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Dmitry Medvedev

Dmitry Medvedev wardrobe consists of sewn manually dark blue or black single-breasted suit Italian brands and Brioni Kiton, silk ties predominantly blue or red tones, and Italian same Bertulli shoes (same brand prefers Sarkozy). Complete the ensemble of Swiss watches Breguet, Franck Muller or Patek Phillipe. By the way, almost the same set of stamps is Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

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Merkel

German katslera Angela Merkel (incidentally, the first woman in that position) is called the most ill-dressing politician in the world. Indeed, the head of the German state should not be an unspoken dress code of women in power: do not wear skirts, midi and avoid bright colors and floral patterns.

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Angela Merkel prefers to dress like a man: in the dark pantsuits made in Germany, occasionally allowing himself to wear a bright blazer. Clothing for German Chancellor sews Hamburg designer Bettina Chenebier. Ornaments Angela Merkel is almost, except for Swiss watches Jaeger-LeCoultre.