Plus, the winner of the Harlem's Fashion Row and Banana Republic design competition is announced.
They're currently living their most stylish lives in Italy.
Add one more sartorial win to the former First Lady's legacy.
She returned to the designer that helped set the tone for her White House style.
You just have to see.
The First Lady went with some serious sparkle for her last state dinner as host.
"Vanity Fair" also named POTUS and FLOTUS to their 2016 International Best-Dressed List.
Plus, Dior is selling handbags through China's WeChat.
Plus, a look back at Michelle Obama's looks from her time in Cuba and Argentina.
FLOTUS continues to wear florals during her historic visit to Cuba.
While Malia and Sasha both opted for the trusty dress-and-sneakers combo.
Can she be FLOTUS forever, please?
The 54-year-old POTUS has a few more gray hairs than he did on his last "Men of the Year" cover, circa 2008.
Well, it was either him or those mile-long legs of hers.
And Jimmy Fallon re-created the Wren video with puppies. Squeetown, USA.
Michelle Obama has taught us many valuable style lessons since her husband took office, and this time, she's teaching us about the importance of price-per-wear.
Radiant Orchid, Pantone's newly decreed color of 2014, may be the hue on everyone's mind ATM -- but let's not forget about this year's pick, Emerald Green, just yet. Michelle Obama clearly hasn't.
She may not have worn a costume, per say, but Michelle Obama certainly got in the Halloween spirit yesterday.
President Obama and his wife Michelle hit the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC for the Let Freedom Ring Commemoration, with the First Lady wearing an elegant Tracy Reese frock. The First Lady is pretty conscientious when it comes to selecting her outfits for public occasions; it's fitting she chose to wear an African American designer to celebrate such a watershed moment in the Civil Rights movement.
If the checkered ASOS dress NYC mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner's wife Huma Abedin wore yesterday looks familiar to you, it's probably because you shared a pic of it with all your Facebook friends way back in August. No, we aren't suggesting you've time-traveled (though that would be like, so insanely awesome, right?!): First Lady Michelle Obama wore the very same number for a campaign event in Iowa with the President, then running for his second term in office--a photo of which went on to become the most viral image in history.
Sounds like all that time and money Anna Wintour spent raising money for Barack Obama is still paying off. Anna Wintour may have eschewed politics for Vogue and Conde Nast (for now), but that doesn't mean she can't bring politics to Vogue.