Fashion Scoops

April 2009
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;4/13/2009, Vol. 197 Issue 78, p3
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The article focuses on appreciation for the dressing sense of Michelle Obama, First Lady of the U.S., by people related to the fashion industry. Businessman Brunello Cucinelli likes Obama for wearing the Gunex pants of Cucinelli's company during a visit to France. Veronica Etro, creative director of the company Etro, also lauded Obama's sense of style. Rossella Jardini, creative director of the company Moschino also praised Obama for the brand's suits that Obama wore to a convention in Colorado.


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