Anna Wintour may not have gotten an ambassadorship out of her tireless fundraising efforts for Obama, but what she did get, was some incredible access to the President and the First Lady for Vogue.
We’re almost surprised that we didn’t see Michelle Obama front row at Jason Wu’s show last week given her apparent Wu superfandom. After making Wu the only designer she wears to inauguration ceremonies last month, she wore a black and shimmering oxblood sheath by the designer to last night’s State of the Union.
And he doesn’t like them!
How major is Leelee Sobieski’s couture pose?
Four years ago, Michelle Obama launched then-little-known designer Jason Wu into the spotlight when she chose to wear his one-shouldered white gown to the Inaugural ball. Since then, his career has taken off–in addition to presenting successful and critically acclaimed ready-to-wear collections he’s launched a collection for Target and a contemporary line. Four years later, after lots of anticipation about which new young designer the First Lady might anoint with her choice of ball gown tonight, she’s chosen Wu once again.
Was Anna Wintour killing two birds with one stone at the Paris couture shows today?
Despite her heavy involvement in Barack Obama’s reelection campaign, Wintour was front row at Raf Simons’ highly-anticipated second Dior couture show in Paris during today’s Inauguration.
A natural problem-solver and multi-tasker, however, Wintour didn’t let her distance from the U.S. Capitol affect her political networking game.
After the President and Michelle Obama, it seems (judging from Twitter), that Jay-Z and Beyoncé will be the second most talked about couple today. (Not that we don’t love you Joe and Jill Biden!)