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Michelle Obama has always captured our attention when it came to her choices in fashion, after leaving the White House her style continues to shine. From J. Crew dresses to Jason Wu gowns, the First Lady is an undeniable style icon. Check out First Lady Michelle Obama in skinny jeans!!!
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Frock controversy fails to spoil the First Lady's second state dinner. Stunning: But commentators were worried about what colour they should call Michelle Obama's dress. Michelle Obama has once more sent the fashion world into a flurry, but this time it's not about her super-toned arms or her penchant for American brand J crew. At a recent state dinner to honour the indian Prime Minister, the First lady stepped out in a sequin-encrusted, strapless dress in a delicate shade of peachy-pink.
There was no questioning the First Lady of the Unites States' dazzle-factor in the Naeem Khan she picked for a state dinner at the White House to meet the Indian President and his wife in But it was the pale, oyster-like hue of her dress, which was cause for debate. Described as 'nude' by Khan, the term sparked a furious debate about political correctness in the American press. The Associated Press reported it as "flesh", a description which caused an immediate retort from one newspaper editor: "whose flesh? What Khan, himself an Indian, intended as a "fashion description" opened a can of worms, revealing the careless manner in which "fashionspeak" can, albeit unwittingly, cause offence, or at the very least, mystify in the way it plays fast and loose with semantics.