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First Lady Michelle Obama dazzled during her European tour, wearing a diplomatic mix of designers
MICHELLE OBAMA in Isabel Toledo in London.
In a Thakoon coat and Michael Kors dress in Washington, D.C.
In J. Crew in London.
The cardi is already sold out!
In a Jason Wu dress and Michael Kors duster in London.
Newport News, $69; newportnews.com
Loft, $79; anntaylorloft.com
Forever 21, $17.80; forever21.com
Martin + Osa, $79.50; martinandosa.com
Kristin Kahle, $98; kristinkahle.com
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GLASS PEARL NECKLACE
Moon & Lola, $48; moonandlola.com
Old Navy, $8.50; 800-653-6289 for stores
Armani Exchange, $38; armaniexchange.com
Banana Republic, $69; 888-277-8953
Guess round-toe suede pump, $66.36; endless.com
Red-hot TAYLOR SWIFT rocks an Angel Sanchez gown, Neil Lane diamonds and VBH clutch at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas April 5.
FERGIE‘S FAVORITE THINGS
The singer—and newlywed!—dishes on the fashion and beauty items she can’t live without
Super skinny “Emily” cropped jeans in Trigger wash, $176; nordstrom.com
Vintage burnout tee, $78; obvious-clothing.com
“Finding denim that fits your body in all the right places is really difficult. This makes my life easier”
“I love the metallic images printed on their pieces”
Pyramid cuff, $178; 800-423-6335
M.A.C Viva Glam VI, $14; maccosmetics.com
Jonas shoe, $81; fergieshoes.com
“It’s perfect for a date or night out with the girls”
CRAZY FOR TOPSHOP
Stars—and plenty of regular folk—come out as the popular Brit chain opens its first U.S. store
Gray lace-panel T-shirt, $55
KATE MOSS TOPSHOP
Green 1920s chiffon beaded dress, $250; all items available at topshop.com
DESIGNED BY KATE MOSS
Yellow-leather fringe bag, $125
Navy-and-white pinstripe hitched-hem skirt, $55
Multicolored straw sandals, $135
Nude-chiffon drape tunic, $65
STYLISTAS IN LINE!
The three-day celebration featured celeb-filled events at New York City hot spots Balthazar and the Box (Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Hudson were among the attendees), as well as lines that snaked around the block on opening day.