Michelle Obama pulled a Michelle Obama (the all around acknowledged term for looking unimaginably flawless, a la mode and simply the appropriate measure of relatable at any given time) on Monday, when she wore a custom dress without anyone else Portrait to the UN General Assembly at Broadway’s Jacobs Theater in New York City. The FLOTUS has had an incredible month, design shrewd (see: various things) and her keep running of fashion brilliance doesn’t appear to arrive at an end at any point in the near future. (However, tragically, the same can’t be said for her time in the White House, wail.)
Self-Portrait is a mark still in its relative early stages: it was established by originator Han Chong in fall 2013 and demonstrated its first presentation in New York last September. We called it a mark to watch a year ago, ascribing its interest and potential to the way that it was at that point a celebrity main street most loved and has a more open value point.
Obama’s look from the brand has a great cut (short sleeves, A-line skirt, every one of the trappings of a standard First Lady troupe) yet the deviated fabrics on the skirt and net-like framing at the top make it anything besides snoozy. This, for the record, is the way you do print-blending. On the other hand, as Jack Donaghy would call it, power-conflicting.