Michelle Style: Michelle Obama, First Lady, Fashion Icon : What Mrs. O Knows About Style, Shopping, and the Perfect Shoes
The election of Barack Obama exhilarated the nation--and brought the most stylish, sophisticated, and fashion-conscious First Lady since Jacqueline Kennedy into the White House. A beautiful, strong, and elegant career woman, wife, and mother, Michelle Obama appreciates the importance of image--and not only recognizes the power of fashion...but truly enjoys it!Michelle Style celebrates the distinctive style of our incomparable First Lady, featuring color photographs, exclusive illustrations, and descriptions of her most iconic looks--from the sleeveless Maria Pinto purple silk crepe sheath that Michelle dazzled in the evening Barack clinched the Democratic nomination, to the ivory fairy-tale gown by Jason Wu that she wore for the historic inauguration. Including quotes from world-famous designers, stylists, and fashion insiders--and inspired advice on everything from dressing to suit your body type to shopping at Target--this one-of-a-kind volume spotlights and celebrates our remarkable twenty-first-century fashion icon.
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- Paperback | 304 pages
- 157.48 x 205.74 x 20.32mm | 566.99g
- 01 Jun 2009
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- WILLIAM MORROW
- New York, NY, United States
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About Mandi Norwood
Mandi Norwood is an award-winning women's magazine Editor-in-Chief with an impressive range of publications (including Company, Cosmopolitan U.K., Mademoiselle and SHOP Etc) under her Gucci belt. An expert at understanding and communicating with women on subjects from fashion and style to finance and relationships, she's the author of the successful Sex and The Married Girl, an editorial consultant for large retailers and has appeared on more than fifty TV shows on both sides of the Atlantic.