Michelle Obama's Official Portrait: Her Dress Designer Reed Krakoff Is "Honored"

Michelle Obama's Official Portrait: Her Dress Designer Reed Krakoff Is "Honored"
Chuck Kennedy
Shop This Post

The White House released First Lady Michelle Obama's second official portrait this week—updated for the POTUS's second term to include her new fringe—and for the new snap, she opted to wear an asymmetrical, navy silk and wool crepe dress by designer Reed Krakoff. (In 2009, she wore Michael Kors.) And the New York designer, the same person behind Coach's awesome accessories, is thrilled with the presidential nod. "Michelle Obama is one of the great style icons of our time," Krakoff told InStyle.com. "She embodies the strength and empowerment at the core of the Reed Krakoff woman, so it is an honor that she chose to wear one of our designs." Tell us: Do you like her look?

Plus, see Mrs. Obama's best looks ever!

MORE:
First Lady Style With Michelle Obama
Transformation: Michelle Obama
Our Favorite Michelle Obama Looks

The Latest in Video

Melania and Ivanka Trump Wore Veils to Meet the Pope—Here’s Why
See More Videos

More Celebrity

See All Latest News

Sponsored Stories


 
Back to Top