This undated photo provided by Tracy Reese shows a dress design by Tracy Reese. Michelle Obama's to-do list before Jan. 20 surely is long, not the least of which is choosing her inaugural wardrobe. Whatever Michelle Obama wears first to the ceremony and then the ball celebrating her husband Barack as the 44th president, she and her outfits will instantly become two of the longest-lasting images of modern history. (AP Photo/Tracy Reese
This undated photo provided by Tracy Reese shows a dress design by Tracy Reese. Michelle Obama's to-do list before Jan. 20 surely is long, not the least of which is choosing her inaugural wardrobe. Whatever Michelle Obama wears first to the ceremony and then the ball celebrating her husband Barack as the 44th president, she and her outfits will instantly become two of the longest-lasting images of modern history. (AP Photo/Tracy Reese
This undated photo provided by Tracy Reese shows a dress design by Tracy Reese. Michelle Obama's to-do list before Jan. 20 surely is long, not the least of which is choosing her inaugural wardrobe. Whatever Michelle Obama wears first to the ceremony and then the ball celebrating her husband Barack as the 44th president, she and her outfits will instantly become two of the longest-lasting images of modern history. (AP Photo/Tracy Reese

La batalla por vestir a Michelle Obama

05 de diciembre de 2008 05:52 PM