Yesterday, Michelle Obama surprised everyone by stepping out for the inauguration in a yellow Isabel Toledo dress and coat. And last night, history was made from it: Simon Doonan, a personal friend of Isabel's, got so excited he tore down the normal Barneys windows on Madison and put up celebratory Isabel Toledo window installations instead. Never before has Barneys done this, but most of all, we're dying to see what Simon came up with on the fly. So if you find yourself on Madison in front of Barneys, be a friend: Snap a picture, send it in (tips@Fashionista.com) - Funny poses encouraged.
Jason Wu's Incredible Rise, From the 2009 Inauguration to Today
Four years ago, Jason Wu was one of many struggling New York designers working hard to get his beautifully made, thoughtfully designed clothes noticed. Then the 2009 inauguration happened. Michelle Obama wore his white, one-shoulder, grecian-style gown. And Wu became a household name over night. People can't stop talking about the power of that dress—and with reason. In anticipation of Barack Obama's second inauguration on Monday, we've tracked the major moments in Wu's career, from the 2009 inauguration to today. Click through to watch his story unfold.