Washington, Feb 11: Its now Michelle Obama's turn to grace the Vogue magazine. The Washington Post has reported that the First Lady will appear on the front of the magazine.
The United States magazine reported that Michelle posed for photographer Annie Leibovitz last month at the Hay-Adams Hotel, where the first family stayed before the inauguration. The first lady wore a silk dress designed by Jason Wu, who also designed her inaugural gown.
Vogue's editor, Anna Wintour, says, "It's inspiring to see our first lady so serene and secure in her personal style."
For the inside pages, Mrs Obama will appear in ensembles by Narciso Rodriguez and J Crew, labels that she's also worn during important events.
In the magazine, Mrs Obama addresses the fashion fishbowl that she now lives in, given that blogs and media are tracking every sartorial decision she makes.
Earlier Hillary Clinton, wife of former US President Bill Clinton also had posed for Vogue magazine.