Oscar de la Renta Laid to Rest in Private Ceremony
Supermodels and former First Ladies alike came out on Monday to pay tribute to the designer.
Why Does a First Lady's Hairstyle Matter?
With all that’s going on in the world, why exactly is the FLOTUS’s fringe newsworthy? While on the surface it may seem frivolous to talk about a First Lady in terms of her appearance, there’s a lot of symbolism tied up in First Lady style, and Michelle Obama is certainly not the first FLOTUS whose hair became the talk of the country.
50 Years of Inaugural Fashion: What the First Ladies Wore and Why
The Inaugural Ball is one of the First Lady's first official appearance in that role. And whether we like it or not, what she wears pkats an integral part in shaping her public image for those four years to come. So how did the First Ladies of the last 50 years deal with such an opportunity or, in some cases, such a challenge?
Oscar de la Renta Is Getting a Fashion Retrospective at the Clinton Presidential Library
Oscar de la Renta, who's no stranger to dressing political wives and First Ladies, just landed himself a nice little fashion retrospective exhibition...at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum of all places. The timing of this announcement, which we read about in our just-delivered November Vogue, is interesting considering de la Renta recently dressed Ann Romney for several high profile appearances. De la Renta has found himself at the center of some political dressing dramas over the last few years--sometimes of his own making and sometimes not.