Monica Lewinsky is an ‘empowered woman’ at 50 in new Reformation voting campaign

Voting never looked better.

Monica Lewinsky rocks everything from a bold leather trench to her signature little black dress as she stars in Reformation’s latest fashion campaign — and she’s aiming to get women to “use their voice” at the polls.

The 50-year-old former White House employee looks stunning in the brand’s new images, with Lewinsky and Reformation teaming up with to encourage women to cast their votes in style.

Monica Lewinsky stars in Reformation’s new “You’ve Got the Power” campaign. Reformation
Lewinsky is helping Reformation spread the word about voting in conjunction with its new workwear line. Reformation
She modeled a full-skirted black midi for the campaign. Reformation
The former White House employee looked ready for business in a button-down and tie. Reformation

“A Ref woman is an empowered woman – and an empowered woman uses her voice,” Lewinsky said in a press release from the brand about its “You’ve Got the Power” campaign.

In the pics, she makes a bold statement in several Reformation workwear pieces, including a scarlet top and skirt set ($298) with matching red tights and a classic white blouse and pencil skirt.

In another photo, Lewinsky stands in front of a striking city skyline as she models a full-skirted black dress ($198) with a coordinating belt.

She showed off a chic power suit in the campaign. Reformation
The political figure held the “Monica” bag in one ad. Reformation
Lewinsky looked fierce in a black leather trench. Reformation

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The political activist also modeled other office-appropriate looks including a $298 polka-dot midi dress and a sleek cream trouser suit with strappy heels.

The brand even named a purse after her, with the new “Monica” crossbody ($448) available for pre-order.

“It’s pretty simple: Voting is using our voice to be heard and it’s the most defining — and powerful — aspect of democracy,” she said of the campaign.

Lewinsky wore bold earrings with her statement trench. Reformation
She looked sleek in a black-and-white polka-dot midi. Reformation
Lewinsky interned at the White House before taking on a full-time job there. Getty Images

The writer and producer —  who worked under Bill Clinton in the 1990s and came under fire for her affair with the former president — certainly knows a thing or two about using her voice.

She co-produced the HBO Max documentary “15 Minutes of Shame” in 2021, exploring how cancel culture and online shaming have impacted people like herself.

Lewinksy also served as a producer on the FX series “Impeachment: American Crime Story,” which documented her relationship with President Clinton and his resulting impeachment scandal.

She opened up about her milestone birthday in an interview with Elle about the campaign, though she’s feeling no shame there.

“I was apprehensive about turning 49, because 39 was a really s—tty year for me, and I struggled to turn 40. I ended up with a real gift: It was a year of acceptance. I was able to accept so much about myself and my life and where I am, and so that meant coming into 50 was great,” she said.

Lewinksy added, “I’m excited about this new decade and I’m hopeful—which, for someone with a lot of trauma, even saying that feels scary.”