Ms. Merkel has taken Bettina Schoenbach's advice to heart, exclusively wearing straight-cut pants and three-button, diagonal-pocketed blazers from the German designer...While that sartorial consistency may have been an asset earlier in her career, it could become a problem as Ms. Merkel pushes the unpopular message of austerity to European Union members and faces a restless electorate at home, says Robb Young, author of "Power Dressing: First Ladies, Women Politicians & Fashion." "Her static wardrobe can be perceived as an honest reflection of her political persona—a no-nonsense, rational woman," says Mr. Young. "But the same unwavering resolve to maintain this habitual, signature style could be a liability among certain voters aching for signs of change." [WSJ via Heidi Moore]
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Isn't Going To Literally Say "Angela Merkel And Her Cohorts Are Trying To Blackmail Me"
He's still going to throw the word "blackmail" down *and* lay it on thick about how the founding fathers of the EU would be extremely disappointed about the current situation.
Angela Merkel Not Sure Why You Think So Highly Of This Euro Thing
What's wrong with you people?
Angela Merkel Let In A Million Refugees And Now Wolfgang Schäuble Can’t Yell At Greeks Anymore
Don’t worry: His replacement might be even yellier.