With her customary grace and style, the First Lady provided a splash of vibrant colour amid a sea of white uniforms. She wore the scarlet silk, V-neck Jason Wu dress that we first saw on the cover of Glamour back in October 2009 (here). On arrival this was paired with the ivory L'Wren Scott...

uk 'Christmas in Washington' fashion has First Lady Michelle Obama in spotlight Examiner.com A celebration that has happened every year has brought the eyes of America to something that has probably never happened before: a fashion worn by a First ... Michelle Obama Wears a Vintage Dress to a...

• Spanish magazine Fuera de Serie has come under fire for placing a painting of First Lady Michelle Obama's head superimposed onto a famous painting from the 1800s "Portrait d'une négresse" by French artist Marie-Guillemine Benoist. This particular photo of Mrs. Obama comes from a collection...

Photo Courtesy of Associated Press First Lady Michelle Obama shows us how to maintain her fashion sense without overspending. Wearing the same dress from Merona for Target, she proves that style can be obtained at any price. You may remember seeing the Merona dress during a family vacation...

Afterdining at the Greenwich Hotel with the likes of King Bey and Solange Knowles, First Lady Michelle Obama high-tailed it uptown to appear on The Late Show With David Letterman. Mrs O. sent the fashion twitterverse into a frenzy, with folks wondering where, oh where did she get her fabulous...

• First Lady Michelle Obama, avid supporter of new, young design talent, wore a dress by Korean designer Doo Ri Chung to the State Dinner honoring South Korea. The gown, modified for modesty (the original has a thigh-high slit) is from the designer's Spring 2012 collection. (The Cut) • Mario...

com recently released their 100 Fashion Icons list, compiling names of the most influential designers, muses, editors, models, and photographers since 1923, the beginning of TIME. Everyone from First Lady Michelle Obama to Naomi Campbell to fashion critic Robin Givhan made the cut: Designers...

The purpose of the talk was to encourage a more positive portrayal of military service members in popular entertainment, as part of the First Lady's Joining Forces movement. On a style note, Mrs. O kept things chic and simple, wearing a textured black dress and cardigan, accessorized with...

• As it turns out, British designer Vivienne Westwood isn't a fan of First Lady Michelle Obama's style. In an interview with the New York Times, the outspoken Westwood said, "Don't talk about her. It's dreadful what she wears....I don't want to talk about it. Really, I can't. She's a very nice...

• Britain's Sunday Times Style pays due homage to our nation's fair First Lady, Michelle Obama, on the cover of their latest issue. The magazine gives the FLOTUS a regal makeover, depicting her on a series of first class stamps with a crown perched upon her head. If this doesn't say 'Bow...

 

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