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A Michelle Obama 'Gush-a-Thon'?

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A Michelle Obama 'Gush-a-Thon'?

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A Michelle Obama 'Gush-a-Thon'?

A Michelle Obama 'Gush-a-Thon'?

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The President Barack Obama is not the only Obama to make headlines this week.

Washington Post fashion editor Robin Givhan talks about First Lady Michelle Obama and the world reaction to her sense of fashion, and how her meeting with Queen Elizabeth II has become the talk of England.

The Fashion Laws Of Politics: Obama-Style

The Fashion Laws Of Politics: Obama-Style

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Politicians aren't known for their cutting-edge fashion sense and most First Ladies have leaned more towards traditional, conservative styles. But future First Lady Michelle Obama might just be an exception to the usual blandness of Washington fashion. Whether you love or hate her style, she's certainly making waves.

Washington Post fashion writer Robin Givhan, celebrity hairstylist Anthony Dickey and historian Catherine Allgor discuss the unique fashion sense of the country's next leading lady, and whether some scrutiny of Michelle Obama is unfair.