First Lady Michelle Obama caused a fashion stir on her first official trip abroad, with some calling her a new American fashion icon while others criticized some of her choice of clothing.
But Mandi Norwood, author of the upcoming book “Michelle Style: Celebrating the First Lady of Fashion,” thinks that overall the first lady did a very good job choosing outfits for the trip.
“I would definitely say she scored an A, perhaps even an A+,” she said. “She was trying to combine propriety with personal style. She’s working within the boundaries of unwritten rules here. So I think she did a great job.”
One outfit that Norwood loved was the cardigan and mint green skirt from affordable American brand J. Crew. In this, she said, the first lady outshone U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s wife, Sarah Brown.
Frankly, she’s just dazzling and shimmering. … She’s modern and fresh and classic and fun,” she said. “And poor old Sarah looks like she just stepped out of ‘Nanny 911.’”
Australian supermodel Myf Shepherd is returning home at mates rates to provide ooomph to Australian Fashion Week.
The gorgeous brunette will fit in several fashion week shows during her return home to celebrate her 18th birthday.
Her presence is guaranteed to help attract high-profile designers to Australian Fashion Week which has been struggling to attract the top names because of the tough economic times.
Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine
Fashion gurus Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine had the crowd at Westfield Fountain Gate in stitches as they dressed up several women on stage during one of their famous makeovers.
Bad bras, teamed with cropped pants and t-shirts, were the sights British fashion duo Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine were faced with last Thursday at Westfield Fountain Gate.
The women were hand-picked from the audience by the pair to receive one of their famous make-overs.
Trinny said she saw a mixture of inspiring women and classic laziness while in Narre Warren, with underwear still being a problem.
Original mean girl Lindsay Lohan is launching her own fashion range with U.S. retailer, J.C. Penney. The actress reveals she is at the advanced stage of talks with bosses at the firm, which boasts over 1,000 stores across America
Lohan already has some experience in the fashion industry – her leggings line 6126 has proved to be a hit with fans since its launch in 2008.