Her body is unimpeachable.
And family and friends of designer Jay Ott organize a scholarship in his memory.
Mademoiselle C director Fabien Constant confirmed to Fashionista that the White House requested a copy of the film—which tracks Roitfeld's the launch of CR Fashion Book—so that Mrs. Obama could do a private screening.
One Small Step for Vogue: One giant step for fashion-kind. All 19 editions of Vogue announced this week they will no longer work with unhealthy-looking models or girls under 16. Linda's Child Support Demands: Making her "$10,000 to get out of bed" claims look downright tame, Linda Evangelista is asking for $46,000 a month in child support (that's $552,000 a year). Unsurprisingly, the court battle is getting a little dirty. Rules to Retail By: An anonymous ex-retail employee lays down the law when it comes to shopping. Learn it. Live it. Love it. Tom Ford's Naughty Lookbook: In typical Tom Ford style, his spring 2012 menswear lookbook features nudity and ass pinching.
The White House Correspondents' Dinner, which took place Saturday night in DC, always makes for an interesting red carpet. The event is a strange mix of politicians, New York's media power players, and celebrities from the A list on down to the D list. We're talking President Obama and Kim Kardashian in the same room ("Why is she famous anyway?" Obama joked during his speech). And that makes for some very interesting fashion. Take a look. And watch President Obama's hilarious speech first. He's so good.