"Turning heads was exactly the goal of Kelly Jacobs, a 49-year-old
persimmon farmer and peace activist from Hernando, Miss. She bought
eight "peace flags" -- red and white stripes with a white peace symbol
on a blue background -- and sewed herself some dresses. Pinned to her
chest was a silver pin with the dangling numerals 4145. "That's how
many troops have died in Iraq," she said. "At least it was when I left
home to drive up here."
The Los Angeles Times: At the Democratic convention, the politics of style