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January 22nd, 2013
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All eyes on inauguration fashion as First Lady wows in red Jason Wu dress – Alina Cho reports

As expected, style and fashion at the inaugural ceremonies did not disappoint. The First Lady’s wardrobe was the talk of the town. All eyes were on Michelle Obama’s fashion forward choices and she may have outdone herself yet again. CNN’s resident fashionista Alina Cho has the details in the fabric.

Thom Browne was elected for the coat and dress the First Lady wore on inauguration morning, turning heads for choosing a designer known more widely for his menswear. Another surprise came at the grand inaugural ball. It shocked viewers and designer Jason Wu himself that the First Lady should choose a gown by him again. She went with Wu for the first inaugural ball four years ago. But Alina Cho sums it up rather simply. “At the end of the day, she’s a woman who wanted to feel and look great,” she says.

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  1. Kimbra Zahar

    Health to Michelle Obama constitutes of both internal and physical, both diet and the mental and emotional state. They are all interrelated in a way. Throughout her life, she had been privileged of making the perfect choices for herself, and she considers herself fortunatefor this. Even her husband encouraged her everytime to figure out what she actually wanted to do, as they both understood the simple fact that physical happiness is connected to all the components of a healthy lifestyle, and hence she wants to pass on these concepts to her daughters. ..**,

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    July 9, 2013 at 9:05 pm | Reply
  2. Pat Flowers

    Alina Cho dropped the ball with her initial comments on First Lady Obama's choice for her Inagural gown. She clearly disapproved the choice of Wu a scond time. Cho is a reporter, a fashion one at that – her ovious distatste for not selecting a newcomer should not have been so clear to the viewing audience.

    January 22, 2013 at 3:10 pm | Reply

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