Today, the first lady is a celebrity in her own right, and with that comes widespread interest in her clothing choices. Plus, with the 2020 election on the horizon, how might we treat first gentleman fashion?
Celebrate Independence Day with the most fashionable women in the USA.
When designer Michelle Smith launched Milly in 2001, there were very few brands that fell into the contemporary category. More than a decade after debuting her first collection, Smith's line of hip, made-in-New York City separates is a bigger player than ever. We sat down with to discuss where she's been, how she got there and where she still wants to go.
The latest Met Costume Institute exhibition, Punk: Chaos to Couture, closed yesterday--and despite mixed reviews, it ended up being a pretty big hit.
Michelle Obama may know how to do classic American elegance better than most, which she proved in last night's Tom Ford gown, but one can't forget the lady who paved the way. A reader on the vigilant on the Mrs. O blog noticed that Jacqueline O (then Kennedy) wore a very similar look to Buckingham Palace in 1961. Both First Ladies wore white dresses and long white gloves to visit Buckingham Palace (it is traditional attire for the Palace, after all.)