Instant fashion Icon: Mrs. Obama

The First Lady's Early Years:

Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama (born January 17, 1964) is the current First Lady of the United States, and the wife of the forty-fourth President of the United States Barack Obama. She is the first African American First Lady.

She was born and grew up on the South Side of Chicago and graduated from Princeton University and Harvard Law School. After completing her formal education, she returned to Chicago and accepted a position with the law firm Sidley Austin, and subsequently worked as part of the staff of Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley, and for the University of Chicago Medical Center.

Michelle Obama is the sister of Craig Robinson, men's basketball coach at Oregon State University.

She's Now America's New Fashion Icon

Mrs. Obama has been termed in various title like one-woman design stimulus, the leader of the fashion world, etc, etc. Having bestowed with these criticisms as she entitled it, there is no doubt that during the first minutes of Barack Obama's leadership, America's most powerful woman has somehow aided the White House of this new sense of idealistic fashion.

Hours after the inauguration, she became the person in The New York Times Head Line. The more interesting story is that she again put womens fashion clothing as New York Times' front page after several years.

Source: Thaindian

Summer and Spring 2009 New Shoe Trend

This is the sneak shot of Camper's new Summer and Spring shoe collection held during the ongoing Parisian week of Unlimited Fashion for men and womens fashion clothing.

It's been months now when Jaime Hayon, a designer from Spain, Maria Blaisse, the famous Dutch star creator, and Alfredo Häberli the ultimate Swiss and Argentinean fashion expert collaborated. Now, Camper was able to gather together all the fashion designers from Anvers Bernham Wilhelm to create this wonderful unisex line of shoes. This year's summer and spring collection will be an instant collectors' item. This collection takes up the values of the brand, natural, comfort and austerity, melt with the talent and creativity of the young designer.

This collection shows the unique talent of the youngest fashion designers all over the globe.

Source: Fiber to Fashion

Fashion Predictions 2009

2009 Fashion Erosion and Fashion Recycling:

The term speaks for itself. The most visible modern fashion is somewhat a combination of the oldest fashion era and the newly arising fashion statements.

Womens fashion clothing and designer menswear should be more futuristic like Nylon and other illuminant, plastic made materials. Transparent fabrics is also a good option. However in other side of the globe, in winter burning countries, we've seen numerous pieces of feathered coats appearing everywhere.

2009 is said to be a fashion recycling era. Fashion addicts will now learn how to combine all their old dresses to make an extra-ordinary look. They will now learn how to supplement new by old. Different alternatives will become very visible.

Here are my predictions of 2009's fashion statements.


* * * *


* * * *