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French President François Hollande’s Stubbornly Crooked Ties (Photos)

Whether he’s shaking hands with President Obama or hanging with Aung San Suu Kyi, see French President François Hollande’s stubbornly rogue ties.

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French President François Hollande just can’t get his tie straight. Whether he’s shaking hands with President Obama or smiling next to Aung San Suu Kyi, see the world leader’s ties gone rogue.

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French President François Hollande and his partner, Valerie Trierweiler, made their way in May to a ceremony in the Tuileries gardens in Paris. Hollande’s tie is leaning right, but hey, maybe it was just the same gust of wind that blew Trierweiler’s hair in the same direction.

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There’s no wind in this photo to explain why Hollande’s tie is burrowing into the right side of his chest, as he stands awkwardly next to Aung San Suu Kyi upon her arrival at the Elysee Palace in June.

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Hollande’s cravat seemingly tries to stretch into his right pants pocket as he shakes hands with President Obama upon the American leader’s arrival at Camp David in Maryland.

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Exposed, the French president’s blue tie hangs positively diagonally as he arrives for a meeting of European Union leaders in Brussels in June.

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Camera shy, an entire half of Hollande’s tie has disappeared behind the right side of his jacket in this photo of the president at the ceremony for the 10th anniversary of the Theatre du Rond-Point in June.

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Hollande dares you to say something about his tie in this photo of him during the NATO summit in Chicago in May.

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The cravats of President Hollande and French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian fall into each other’s gravitational pull as they sing the French national anthem together in honor of French troops in July.