They're still talking about this?
The CFDA recently released a statement about Michelle Obama's state dinner dress and like Oscar de la Renta, they weren't happy with her choice.
Diane Von Furstenberg, president of the CFDA, wrote:
"CFDA believes in promoting American fashion. Our First Lady Michelle Obama has been wonderful at promoting our designers, so we were surprised and a little disappointed not to be represented for this major state dinner."
We get it. It would have been "politically correct" to wear an American designer, but she didn't.
Just be happy our First Lady didn't show up looking like Helena Bonham Carter.
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