Michelle Obama's Portrait Dress Designer Included "a Note Begging Her to Run for President' With the Delivery

Barack and Michelle Obama made a rare public appearance in Washington D.C. Monday morning at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery to unveil their official portraits, which expertly depicted major aspects of their lives. Obama was painted by artist Kehinde Wiley and featured a backdrop made up of flowers representing his roots in Chicago, Hawaii and Kenya, while Mrs. Obama’s, painted by artist Amy Sherald, showed her against a pale blue background in all her sartorial glory, wearing a custom Milly gown.

The halter dress with floor-length skirt was specifically designed by Milly...

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By: People.com - Tuesday, 13 February

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