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Entries in Moschino (51)


A Moschino Moment

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The first lady announced today that the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation, a group comprised of food retailers and trade associations, has pledged to remove 1.5 trillion calories from their products by the end of 2015. The pledge comes a big win for Mrs. O's "Let's Move" initiative.

Announcing the good news, Mrs. O turned to a coordinating jacket and skirt by Moschino, first seen in October 2009, here.


Spring in Her Step

Image by Jason Reed / Reuters

After a much-deserved week off for Spring Break with her daughters, Mrs. O is back to her first lady duties today, speaking at the White House Council on Women and Girls' Forum on Workplace Flexibility. We missed you Mrs. O!

The first lady appeared at the event in a fresh spring ensemble, wearing a short-sleeve jacket and pencil skirt by Narciso Rodriguez, created from cream organza with a black ribbon jacquard weave and chiffon trim. The suit was paired with an orange camisole, beaded Moschino brooch and black kitten heels. Fresh and lovely! 


Into the Spring Season


Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson

First Lady Mrs. O met with Mrs. Elizabeth Preval, the First Lady of Haiti, in the Yellow Oval Room of the White House today. For the meeting, Mrs. O dressed in a textured lilac skirt and short-sleeve trapeze coat, closed with a diamond brooch. The first lady looks ready for Spring!

Update #1: Today also marked the presentation of the fourth annual Award for International Women of Courage at the State Department in Washington, D.C. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was joined by First Lady Mrs. O to present the award to Sister Marie Claude Naddaf of Syria.

Update #2: The first lady's ensemble is indeed Moschino.

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Cats, Hats and Argyle

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First Lady Mrs. O is at the Library of Congress today to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday and to kick-off the National Education Association's Read Across America celebration. As part of the event, Mrs. O read Dr. Seuss's "The Cat in the Hat" to a group of children wearing red and white striped stovepipe hats.

Mrs. O turned to a collegiate argyle cardigan by Moschino, paired with black trousers and belted at the waist for the appearance. Pearls and ballet flats completed the library look.


Sitting Pretty

Photo by Marvin Joseph /The Washington Post via Getty Images

Photographed above, the first lady sat for a Washington Post interview with Robin Givhan to discuss her Let's Move inititative to help combat childhood obesity. For the interview, the first lady wore a Moschino sheath dress adorned with a fabric rosette at the right shoulder, last seen in November 2009, here. To read the full article, chock full of insight from Mrs. O, click here.

Update: As reader Ouapiti notes in the comments, Mrs. O also wears a diamond brooch by Garavelli, which was an anniversary gift from the president.