Hated first lady Michelle Obama's one-shouldered white inaugural ball gown by Jason Wu?
Well, Vogue editor Anna Wintour love-loved it.
Obama wears on the March cover of Vogue.
Inside the magazine, she also wears a black dress by Narciso Rodriguez, (according to the Washington Post).
You may recall that Rodriguez designed that - I'm sorry, but I have to say this - absolutely horrendous and totally unflattering red-and-black gore-fest of a dress Obama wore on election night.
There. I said it and I feel much better.
Michelle Obama is the first black first lady of the United States. And she's only the second first lady in U.S. history to grace the cover of Vogue. The other was Hillary Rodham Clinton. How'd I forget that?
Why did Vogue put Michelle Obama on the cover? Other than to sell magazines, of course?
Editor Anna Wintour writes, "Change was the clarion call of Barack Obama's election campaign, though I don't think any of us at Vogue initially realized that would include the difference that was going to be made by First Lady Michelle Obama's wardrobe.... It's inspiring to see our first lady so serene and secure in her personal style."
Which may be the equivalent of Wintour's "The Devil Wears Prada" mode maven Meryl Streep's dismissive remark to the frumpy intern played by Anne Hathaway, "No, no. That wasn't a question."
What do you think? What would you like to see Michelle wear in a Vogue fashion spread?
First lady Michelle Obama on cover of Vogue!
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