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We've been dying to know what the First Lady will be wearing to the upcoming Inauguration Ball. The rumor mill has been churning with names including Michael Kors, Naeem Khan, Narciso Rodriguez, and Prabal Gurung, to name a few. We've compiled a list of looks that we would love to see Michelle rock this weekend. More»
From the Academy Awards to New York Fashion Week, we have a busy month ahead of us and it's time to start marking these dates down. We've got all the major events covered for you, so there's no excuse to fall behind on your social calendar this season.
[More added 1/17--check the last slides] With bars open until 4am and politicos ready to party, there will be a lot going on to celebrate Obama's second Inauguration. Even if you missed out on the official ball tickets from the Presidential Inauguration Committee, there are still a lot of events you won't want to miss (in fact, most of the ones here will be better parties, period)! Balls come and go every 4 years, so pay attention to learn what's hot and what's not for 2013.
The Obamas and Bidens have been invited to basically all of the events listed here. They are only obligated to show up to the two official balls but just might pop in when you least expect them to...
Citizens hoping to attend the Inaugural Parade or one of two Official Inaugural Balls by buying tickets today will be surprised to find the tickets have all sold out, due to an accidental pre-release of the tickets last night. More»
Over the past four years in the District, First Lady Michelle Obama has taken her role in the White House by storm by advocating her husband's policy priorities, promoting her own causes like her Get Fit campaign, and of course, and perhaps most famously, for her fabulous fashion finds! Ever since joining her husband on the campaign trail for the 2008 election, the First Lady has certainly been turning heads in the fashion world. More»
Monday, May 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.