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Our wildest dreams have just come true. Finally, after falling in love with Michelle Obama’s risqué prom night look, we have the missing piece to the puzzle: Barack Obama’s prom photo, which surfaced today on TIME. Now, we no longer have to use our imagination to picture the handsome first couple together, during, let’s face it, the most awkward night of high school. However, this discovery has also raised a very important question: who did prom style best?
The first installment of the Obamas much-anticipated inauguration fashion is here.
Looks like someone missed the memo that, despite the endless political brouhaha, Anna Wintour‘s ambassadorship is most likely dead in the water. Donald Trump called in to Fox & Friends to voice his support for President Obama’s alleged vision of the Vogue editor as ambassador to the United Kingdom.
Will Anna Wintour exit her post as editor in chief of Vogue to take on an ambassador role in either the U.K. or France? President Obama is considering nominating her for one of the two positions, according to a report today from Bloomberg.
Kate Middleton is officially pregnant and the Obamas are just as excited about it as the rest of us.
Generally speaking, the fashion industry has wholeheartedly thrown its support behind President Barack Obama during the last two election cycles, and has been one of POTUS’s biggest supporters. So it shouldn’t come as any surprise that the Runway To Win collection, a line of designer clothing and accessories that was the brainchild of (guess who?) Anna Wintour, raised a ridiculous amount of money for his campaign. The exact figure? A staggering $40 million.
President Obama is many things, but one thing we wouldn’t have pegged him for is a trend-setter. However, as the ever-so-stylish Brian Williams points out, Obama is actually quite the fashion-forward leader of the first world.
While much of the fashion world celebrated President Obama‘s Tuesday night victory with champagne, confetti, and blowout Election Night bashes, Peter Brant II was left sobbing into his (non-alcoholic) Dom Perignon. What’s a teen billionaire to do with a Democrat in office for a second term? Well, for one, text friend Andrew Warren about his “contingency plan” to kill the President now that the pair will have to suffer through four years of being “poor.”
Just in case her left-leaning nail art didn’t quite convince you of who she’ll be voting for this year, Katy Perry took to the stage at a campaign rally for President Barack Obama yesterday in Las Vegas, Nevada rocking a bandage dress resembling a giant ballot. Romney’s box was left blank while the the Obama/Biden ticket was filled in black. We guess including Paul Ryan would’ve required a longer hem.
If you watched last night’s presidential debate, you might’ve picked up that President Barack Obama‘s American flag pin was noticeably smaller than Mitt Romney‘s. Even if you had the television on “mute”, you could see that the pins were distractingly dissimilar in size, and that there might’ve been what seemed like dirt on Romney’s. So, what’s up with that?
Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive sat down with President Obama in July, and now, with the election just a few short weeks away, the interview is available online and in the pages of the November issue.
What did you do for dinner last night? Sushi and a Law & Order marathon? Date night at that new Italian restaurant? Whatever it was, unless you had $40,000 to spare for night on the town, you probably missed out on the fundraising dinner Jay Z and Beyoncé hosted for President Obama at J’s 40/40 in NYC. Which means you missed out on Barack waxing poetic on his relationship with the entertainment power duo.
After yesterday’s reportthat President Obama had sat down for an interview with Glamour editor in chief Cindi Leive for the mag’s November issue, the consensus around the fashion blogosphere was pretty much “good for Glamour!” and, well, that’s about it. To the online political media, however, it was another story all together.
Yesterday, aspiring chefs age eight to twelve from around the country joined Michelle Obama at the White House for an extra-healthy, junior version of a State Dinner. Fittingly, the First Lady chose a verdant dress by American designer Barbara Tfank for the occasion, which she paired with bright blue pumps and a single string of pearls.
Sorry, we had to.