Celebrity Michelle Obama Kicks Off a Visit to Argentina in a Bold Narciso Rodriguez Frock By Jonathan Borge Jonathan Borge Instagram Twitter Jonathan Borge is a writer and editor living in New York City. His writing has appeared in Glamour, Refinery29, Forbes, and PAPER, among other publications. Plus, he's held staff positions at Marie Claire, InStyle, and OprahDaily.com. Currently, he's the Senior Entertainment Editor at Bustle Digital Group's Elite Daily, where he oversees digital covers, features and profiles, freelance essays, and strategy for the site's TV/Movies and Celebrity and Music sub-verticals.He primarily writes about pop culture and style, and has a passion for telling LGBTQ+ and Latinx stories. When he's not working, he's likely waiting for Lady Gaga to announce her next tour. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on March 23, 2016 @ 03:15PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Sylvina Frydlewsky/EFE/Sipa USA First Lady Michelle Obama’s posh shoes will be tough to fill once a new leading political figure enters the White House in 2017. On Wednesday, the mother of two arrived at Argentina’s Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Ezeiza wearing a dress that speaks to her risk-taking approach to fashion, one that celebrates designers from all over. With President Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha by her side, she stepped off of Air Force One in a long-sleeve purple Narciso Rodriguez dress that resembled a sleeveless version the American designer sent down his spring 2016 runway, WWD confirms. For her early morning arrival, Obama rocked a pair of pointed-toe pumps that let the statement frock and its orange-hued, circular graphic do the talking. The family looked picture-perfect, but it’s the First Lady's polished ensemble that proved she has an eye for balancing diplomatic style with boundary-pushing pieces. PHOTOS: Michelle Obama's Best Looks Ever She reportedly met with students of the Metropolitan Design Center in Barracas, a move in support of her Let Girls Learnprogram. As for whether or not we expect to see her deliver more color, let her recent trip to Cuba serve as a hopeful indicator of what's to come.