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First Lady Gowns at the Smithsonian Behind the Scenes Video

Behind-the-Scenes Video of Michelle Obama’s Inaugural Gown at SmithsonianYesterday, we brought you the news of Michelle Obama’s Inaugural Gown being added to the First Ladies Collection at the Smithsonian Institute of American History in Washington, D.C.Today, we are delighted to share a very fascinating behind the scenes video of preparing the gowns for the First Ladies Exhibition. Not only do you get to close-up details of some of the First Lady dresses,which include Mrs Obama’s, but you also get inside tidbits, such as how the exhibition used to be called, Dresses of the Mistresses of the White House.The First Ladies Exhibition is a fascinating part of American history, please watch…

Published on March 10, 2010

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Michelle Obama Donates Jason Wu Inaugural Gown to Smithsonian and wears Prabal Gurung

The First Lady knows how to make the fashion dreams of young designers happenIt was a stunning morning at the Smithsonian today for Jason Wu and Prabal Gurung.First Lady Michelle Obama donated her chiffon and Swarovski crystal Inaugural Gown designed by Jason Wu to the Smithsonian for their new “A First Lady’s Debut” exhibit. The exhibit features 11 gowns worn by first ladies from Mamie Eisenhower to Michelle Obama which will be on view as of on view beginning tomorrow.

Published on March 09, 2010

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Fifty Dresses That Changed the World

These and 42 other iconic dresses are catalogued in The Design Museum Fifty Dresses That Changed The World. The book is like a walking tour of the world’s most fabulous closet that may also have a Roland Mouret Galaxy Dress (2005), Herve Leger Bandage Dress (1989), Halston Halterneck Dress (1977), or some crazy Metal Disc Dress inspired from the 1966 Paco Rabanne style.Fifty Dresses That Changed the World is full of fun fashion factoids, great photos, and even has a sister version for shoe freaks in Fifty Shoes That Changed the World.

Published on December 17, 2009

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Clothing Construction, the Beauty Behind the Seams

It’s so easy to get the look, but what is the mastery behind its seams?”Knowing the sewing construction is what makes one a designer not a stylist,” Charles Kleibacker, at the FIT American Style Symposium. There’s no doubt that I’m a seam queen! I can spot a well-made garment in an instant and appreciate the craft that went into its construction. It comes from a discerning eye and knowing when it matters most to have the best that you can or when a trendier throwaway version is just fine. Or, perhaps, the contemporary combination of the mixing both high and low fashion.

Published on December 15, 2009

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