Thank goodness designers are finding plenty of ways to play with the animal print.
We spent our Sunday worshipping at the church of fashion–we dragged our sorry selves out of bed really early to check out Victoria Beckham‘s look at the New York Public Library and lasted all the way until the evening, when we ooh’ed and ah’ed over Zac Posen’s signature elegant beauty look. (Start practicing a gorgeous bordeaux lip!)
Tracy Reese’s fall collection was inspired by her memories of going out in the 80s, and of course, featured some very FLOTUS-friendly frocks. She tells us all about it.
Watch out, Choupette. There’s a new girl in town.
Everyone has been noticing and commenting on how much the Obama girls have grown up and matured in the last four years. While they look like a blend of their parents, their style inspiration clearly comes from one source: their mom, Michelle.
Who’s in the running towards becoming America’s Next Inauguration Designer?
We won’t know for sure what Michelle Obama will wear to the inaugural balls until Monday (unless someone who doesn’t value their job decides to spill the beans), but WWD‘s got the scoop on which designers have fielded sample requests from the White House.
No one on the list is particularly surprising.
Don’t expect a press release from Diane von Furstenberg proclaiming that Ann Romney wore one of her dresses.
“We’re actually not quite sure how Ann obtained the dress,” a DVF spokesperson said to BuzzFeed Shift, declining to comment further.
Fashion is minty fresh for spring.