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Get Michelle Obama’s Red Inaugural Gown for Less

She may have been celebrating President Obama’s inauguration, but the First Lady stole the show (again) at Monday’s inaugural balls.

After knocking it out of the park with her first inaugural gown, skeptics wondered if she could do it again, but the fashionable First Lady didn’t disappoint this time around. Sticking with the…

Kristin Koch / January 22, 2013

And the First Lady Wore Red and Wu (Again)

Fire and ice seems to be the theme of the First Lady’s inaugural gowns.

After making fashion history in an ethereal white Jason Wu gown at the 2009 Inaugural Balls, Michelle Obama remained loyal to the man who created her iconic first inaugural dress. But this time, the First Lady paired Wu’s floaty…

Kristin Koch / January 21, 2013

Michelle Obama Brightens Britain in Jason Wu

While your standard quick change between events is always glamorous, beat doing it on Air Force One!
First Lady Michelle Obama boarded the famed aircraft Tuesday in a jacket by Thakoon and strutted off at Stansted Airport (outside of London) with her husband President Barack Obama, in a brilliant Jason Wu.
Wu, who designed her…

Celebuzz / April 1, 2009

Michelle Obama Vogue

Celebuzz / February 11, 2009

Jason Wu Won’t Be Letting the Fur Fly

Jason Wu—who designed First Lady Michelle Obama’s inaugural gown—is being praised by the Humane Society of the United States after postponing plans to launch a collection with Saga Furs, which was due to debut this fall, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Oddly, the postponement, which Wu announced earlier this week, seems to have little to…

Celebuzz / February 6, 2009

Barack Obama Has a Ball With the Youth

Barack Obama had a lot on his plate yesterday. But all that swearing in didn’t stop the 44th President of the United States (in most people’s eyes, anyway) from having a little fun with his wife Michelle at the MTV & ServiceNation: Live from the Youth Inaugural Ball at the Washington Hilton last night.

Celebuzz / January 21, 2009