Obama’s ‘Hunger Games’ Suit Is Now for Sale

PHOTO: U.S. President Barack Obama, left, and Chinese President Xi Jinping walk during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit family photo, Nov. 10, 2014 in Beijing.Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo
U.S. President Barack Obama, left, and Chinese President Xi Jinping walk during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit family photo, Nov. 10, 2014 in Beijing.

You don't have to be a world leader to dress like one.

The Chinese outfits worn by President Obama, Chinese President Xi Jinping and other heads of state at this year's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Beijing are now available online and in Chinese stores.

PHOTO: Chinese retailers, like Ali Express, are selling replicas of the traditional garb worn by world leaders at this years APEC summit in Beijing. Ali Express
Chinese retailers, like Ali Express, are selling replicas of the traditional garb worn by world leaders at this year's APEC summit in Beijing.

Chinese e-commerce site Ali Express is selling 50-packs of the outfits -- which have been likened to "Hunger Games" and "Star Trek" costumes -- for $5,680, or $113.60 each. The package includes free shipping.

PHOTO: Chinese retailers, like TaoBao, are selling replicas of the traditional garb worn by world leaders at this years APEC summit in Beijing. TaoBao
Chinese retailers, like TaoBao, are selling replicas of the traditional garb worn by world leaders at this year's APEC summit in Beijing.

Another online retailer, Tao Bao, is selling individual suits from 248 yuan, or $40, to 398 yuan, or roughly $65.

According to the Beijing News, one shop owner said more than 20 orders for suits were made in the first half day.

PHOTO: Chinese President Xi Jinping, center, U.S. President Barack Obama, and other world leaders during the Aisa-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit family photo, Nov. 10, 2014 in Beijing.Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo
Chinese President Xi Jinping, center, U.S. President Barack Obama, and other world leaders during the Aisa-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit family photo, Nov. 10, 2014 in Beijing.

One Chinese copyright expert that spoke with the Beijing News said the outfits may infringe on the original designers' patent rights.

At each APEC summit, world leaders dress in traditional outfits selected by the host country, and pose for a group picture.