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Cost-of-fashion crisis for Keir Starmer… as he is spotted wearing £150 Stone Island polo shirt

Cost-of-fashion crisis for Keir Starmer… as Labour leader is spotted wearing £150 Stone Island polo shirt

  • He was on holiday in Majorca last week with wife Victoria and their two children
  • Clearly, the Arsenal fan doesn’t mind its popularity with football hooligans
  • Meanwhile, Liz Truss has become an unlikely face of sustainable fashion 

Sir Keir Starmer appears to have swapped the cost-of-living crisis back home for his very own cost-of-fashion furore on his summer break.

The Labour leader, who has denied being ‘missing in action’, was spotted in a Stone Island polo shirt costing £140-£150 on holiday in Majorca last week with wife Victoria and their two children.

He seems to have a taste for the expensive Italian brand after being seen wearing its shirts in Edinburgh and Berlin recently. 

The Labour leader, who has denied being ‘missing in action’, was spotted in a Stone Island polo shirt costing £140-£150 on holiday in Majorca last week with wife Victoria and their two children

He seems to have a taste for the expensive Italian brand after being seen wearing its shirts in Edinburgh and Berlin recently

He seems to have a taste for the expensive Italian brand after being seen wearing its shirts in Edinburgh and Berlin recently

Clearly, the Arsenal fan doesn’t mind its popularity with football hooligans – or Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.

Meanwhile, Liz Truss has become an unlikely face of sustainable fashion after wearing a £200 Karen Millen dress four times since announcing she was running to be PM. 

The most recent outing was at the GB News leaders’ debate in Leigh, Manchester last Wednesday. 

One observer commented: ‘It’s so refreshing to see a woman in the public eye re-wear their clothes.’ 

Meanwhile, Liz Truss has become an unlikely face of sustainable fashion after wearing a £200 Karen Millen dress four times since announcing she was running to be PM

Meanwhile, Liz Truss has become an unlikely face of sustainable fashion after wearing a £200 Karen Millen dress four times since announcing she was running to be PM

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