August 28 2014

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Move Over, Maria Pinto


Michelle Obama has displayed fierce loyalty to her hometown favorite, the Chicago designer Maria Pinto, but last night at the Democratic National Convention, New York was in the house. Thakoon Panichgul scored the biggest coup of his still-young career when she wore a floral kimono dress from his pre-spring collection as her husband accepted the Democratic nomination for the presidency of the United States. Way to go, Thakoon!

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  1. Valerio says:

    I think she made a good choice to choose this dress. It’s flattering for her, her choices are mainly inspired by what Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy once wore in my view. I always found Mrs. Michelle Obama a little old fashioned with her clothing style. Now she showed up in a beautiful dress of just what you said a still young designer. I hope she develope her own style when she is the first lady of the USA. I’m actually sure that she will do that. By the way this is written by a none American citizen, but I love the States and the people of it.