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Andrea Cheng
Apr 30, 2015 @ 3:30 pm

After an impressive sartorial streak in Washington, D.C., in which Michelle Obama swept the nation away in a scenic Monique Lhuillier frock and then in an incredible Tadashi Shoji creation for the Japanese state dinner, she's struck again. 

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At the dedication ceremony for the new Whitney Museum of American Art that's now situated between the High Line and the Hudson River in Manhattan's Meatpacking District, Obama delivered a speech in a masterpiece of a dress that could have rivaled any artwork on exhibit. She selected a graphic rose-strewn Thakoon design with long sleeves and a pretty pleated skirt. A pair of drop earrings for a tiny dose of sparkle and a pair of classic black pumps served as the finishing touches.

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