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His royal hotness Prince Harry is wrapping up his visit to Washington, which included a stop at the White House yesterday. Nevermind the throngs of female Capitol Hill staffers that lingered around for a glimpse of the prince earlier that day...the real babe was first lady Michelle Obama, who was rocking an on-trend floral dress by Prabal Gurung, long bangs, a curly bob, and makeup by Carl Ray for her meeting with the young royal. More»
First lady Michelle Obama and her bangs are on the cover of Vogue next month, and the issue hits the newsstands in two weeks. Here are the key players behind the shoot: More»
[Michelle Obama's March 2009 Vogue cover]
Vogue's team of stylists and iconic photographer Annie Leibovitz are at the White House today to shoot the first lady's second Vogue cover, Washingtonian's Carol Joynt reports.
Her cover will probably run in March 2013, exactly 4 years after her first cover with the fashion magazine. She wore a dress by Taiwanese-Canadian fashion designer Jason Wu, the same designer behind both of her Inaugural Ball gowns.
She'll likely be sporting her adorable new bangs this time, and we hope she'll give a nod to a different fashion designer...maybe an American this time? Either way, we can't wait to see her on the cover soon.
Same designer. New look.
As President Barack Obama set the tone for his second presidential term during yesterday's inauguration festivities, First Lady Michelle Obama initiated an edgier direction in her role as a major fashion icon. All eyes were on Michelle and her custom-made scarlet Jason Wu gown as she and her husband made their debut at the Commander-in-Chief inaugural ball.
The ruby red velvet dress with chiffon overlay looked stunning on her, and the sexy halter style of the frock showed off her famously toned shoulders and arms. The clinched waist on the gown also added to the dresses sexy, edgy look while still keeping Michelle's overall appearance elegant and appropriate for the evening's occasion. The First Lady kept with this edgier look by debuting her new haircut with blunt bangs and distinctly straight ends, which further indicates her shift towards more fashionable alternatives to classic style. More»
Sunday, May 19
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.