The role of First Lady of the United States of America has always been a busy one. From the days of Louisa Adams and her push for women's rights to La...
Tonight is one of Hollywood's biggest nights. Academy Awards royalty will be crowned, but perhaps just as important, footprints of style success will be left on the red carpet.
Fashion Whip is a political style column in The Huffington Post by Lauren A. Rothman, inspired by Lauren's experience as the founder of Styleauteur, a...
This whole situation has made me love Michelle Obama even more. Most of us have had something embarrassing like this happen to us. Well, you know, your date paying more attention to another person, NOT attending an iconic memorial with millions of people watching as it goes down.
The Lexington New York City grand opening was celebrated by the art and fashion world. The historic and stylish landmark midtown Manhattan hotel was originally opened in 1929 and re-opened after a $46 million renovation.
Those of us without tickets will be watching E! from the comfort of our couches. But if you did score an invite, what should you wear? Several popular fashion trends from last year are likely to make a comeback this weekend.
You see, Mrs. FLOTUS, if you rock a 'fro or revert back to your natural hair in the many styles that'll be cool and acceptable, just like you do with the straightened, unnatural hair -- à la bangs -- you could also be making even a bigger move in White House history.
Our Best-Dressed Challenge has gotten us thinking: sure, all of us dress up once in a while, or even most of the time. But what if your every outfi...
I always say that it's not about a lot of things, but the right things that will update and get your wardrobe in shape for the new season. Think things through, be proactive and, most importantly, keep it REAL and focus on health and happiness!
Forget keeping up with our kids' gorgeous long, luxurious locks. Move over, 20-somethings with your silky hairstyles. We 50-somethings are taking center stage as trendsetters for what looks good at "this age," and we are taking our cues from our first lady.
At the risk of being mistaken for the 200-year-old relic Volkswagen in Woody Allen's 1973 classic movie, 'Sleeper,' did I somehow miss the memo where it said we weren't supposed to wear outfits a second time?
Folks turned up to be a part of the second inauguration of Barack Hussein Obama with hope in their hearts and a dream in their eyes. America was alive that day in Washington.
Unfortunately, the working woman vs. style theme didn't stay in the '80s with shoulder pads and perms -- it's made its way into 21st Century culture as well.
If you type "Michelle Obama style" into Google, 209,000,000 results come up. If you type in "Michelle Obama education," 183,000,000 results come up. This says a lot about our cultural obsession with fashion and celebrity.
She has captured our hearts with her spirit and all she has done to improve our country. At the same time, she has captured our eyes with her elegance and style.
Somewhere in America there are little girls dreaming about being the first lady or the first female president, and Michelle's clothes give them hope... hope that they too can defy society's expectations and stereotypes.