Unveiled by Sean Spicer on Wednesday, the Madame Tussauds waxwork is fetching comparisons to Sarah Jessica Parker and inspiring countless jokes.
Happy birthday, Melania Trump! FLOTUS turns 47 today and continues to have the amazing style she’s had since first coming into the public eye. It was something she kicked up a notch for the presidential campaign, and then once again since becoming first lady. Stepping out in everything from peacoats and flowy blouses to sequined suits and elegant dresses, she’s given us some stunning fashion moments. Here’s a look back at the best looks from FLOTUS during President Trump’s first 100 days.
The Obama family’s time in the limelight is soon at an end. But Michelle Obama, our all-time favourite FLOTUS, won’t be forgotten just yet - not only as a lawyer, writer, and public speaker, but for her brilliant sense of style. And at her final state dinner on Tuesday night she gave us one last striking look in a sparkling Versace dress. Here’s a quick look back at the gowns she’s worn to state dinners during her time at the White House.
After bringing her Let Girls Learn initiative to Europe last summer, Michelle Obama is continuing to draw attention to adolescent education. On Monday, the first lady, who brought along her daughters, Sasha, 15, and Malia, 17, and mother Marian Robinson, landed in Libera. Following the announcement that the United States would be providing $27 million in aid for the expansion of the Let Girls Learn Peace Corps program in the country as well as meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the first elected female head of state in Africa, the Obamas moved on to Morocco.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was given a state dinner at the White House, at which Sasha and Malia Obama made their state dinner debut as well.
Hail to the chief? How about bow down to the first lady? At the state dinner in honor of Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday night, all eyes were on Michelle Obama, who was a vision in a custom Vera Wang gown. “It is such a privilege, as an American of Chinese heritage, to have dressed First Lady @MichelleObama for this state dinner honoring President Xi Jinping and First Lady Peng Liyuan, of the People’s Rebublic of China,” Vera Wang tweeted.