Shifra on September 6, 2017
Michelle Obama made the “best dressed list.” Melania, however, did not. Maybe because Vanity Fair was shocked that Melania…wait for it… wore the same outfit twice! Oh the horror. (Actually, the real horror is some of Michelle Obama’s sartorial choices, which I will not post here. You’re welcome.) Via Daily Caller. Vanity Fair’s 2017 International Best-Dressed List honors celebrities and politicians who stand out as fashion icons of the year, but one usually well-dressed figure is notably absent. Melania Trump, a former model and current first lady of the U.S., did not make the cut, but former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama made the list for the third time. “Heads of state are particularly well represented this...
Shifra on April 6, 2017
Yes, a Pulitzer Prize awaits the Boston Globe for this amazing piece of cr**, er, investigative journalism…Not. But nice of them to give twelve-year-olds an opportunity to write for a daily paper. Via Twitchy. Why are first lady Melania Trump’s arms crossed in her official White House portrait? Honestly, we’d given it zero thought, but if pressed for an answer, we’d say she’s a model, she looks like a model, and she poses like a model…. The White House released an official portrait of Melania Trump. So what’s with the crossed arms? https://t.co/H7UszrNJjL pic.twitter.com/R2SxcdZimS — The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) April 4, 2017 @BostonGlobe So what's with the stupid headline? — Farmer's Daughter (@TobyandMel) April 5, 2017 @BostonGlobe Yeah, that's really...
Tammy on April 5, 2017
Designer Stefano Gabbana of Dolce & Gabbano She looks great in the official FLOTUS photo, and it’s his blazer she’s wearing. It’s nice for her to have this support. Via The Wrap. The White House released Melania Trump’s first official portrait on Monday, and Italian designer Stefano Gabbana is cool with the fact that she is rocking a Dolce & Gabbana blazer — on top of the fact that she wore a massive diamond ring reportedly worth $3 million. The designer defended FLOTUS and told Instagram trolls who chided him for working with her to “go to hell.” Gabbana took to his personal Instagram account to post Trump’s portrait, taken by Belgian-born photographer Régine Mahaux, with the caption, “#DGWoman BEAUTIFUL...