Michelle Obama - The First Lady of Style

When it comes to elegance, grace and style, Michelle Obama defines these traits just perfect! The perfect blend of fashionable and sober style she carries has mesmerized several admirers and designers alike. Watching her chic style as well as her contributions in the role of America's First Lady, #Fame World presents this video where you can get an insight into her taste of style and the secrets behind her being one of the world's most inspiring woman. Also, watch what celebrities and designers such as Beyoncé, American singer and actress; Vera Wang, American fashion designer; Andrea Reynders, Fashion Designer; Tracey Ullman, English-American stage and television actress; Nicole Phelps, Executive Editor at Style.com; Isabel Toledo, Cuban-American fashion designer; Jason Wu, Taiwanese Canadian fashion designer; Carson Kressley, Fashion Presenter; Michael Kors, Fashion Designer; Heidi Klum, German model and television host as well as Colombe Pringle, French Journalist, have to say about Michelle Obama. Click To Share The Video on Facebook : Click To Share The Video on Twitter : Click To Share The Video on Google+ : Michelle Obama, the first African-American First Lady of the United States and wife of Barack Obama, was born Michelle LaVaughn Robinson on 17th January 1964 in Chicago, Illinois. She is the daughter of Fraser Robinson III, a city water plant employee as well as a Democratic precinct captain and Marian, a secretary at Spiegel's catalog store. A Protestant Christian, she grew up on Euclid Street in the South Shore community area of Chicago and describes her house or family as a “conventional” home with “the mother at home, the father works, you have dinner around the table”. Mrs. Obama did her schooling from Chicago's first magnet high school, Whitney Young High School, where she was a classmate of Jesse Jackson's daughter Santita. By 1981, she graduated as the salutatorian of her class. Watching her brother graduate from Princeton University in 1983, Michelle herself wanted to pursue her degree from the University and she challenged the teaching methodology for French for she felt that it should be more conversational. She also wrote a thesis titled Princeton-Educated Blacks and the Black Community. Michelle Obama met the President of the United States, Barack Obama, when they were among the African Americans at their law firm, Sidley Austin. She was assigned as a mentor to him for a summer associate and they came into a relationship during a business lunch followed by a community organization meeting where he first impressed her. The couple married in October 1992 and together have two daughters, Malia Ann and Natasha. In 1991, Obama held public sector positions in the Chicago city government as an Assistant to the Mayor as well as an Assistant Commissioner of Planning and Development. By 1993, she was promoted as the Executive Director for the Chicago Office of Public Allies, a non-profit organization encouraging young people to work on social issues in nonprofit groups and government agencies. Her role as the First Lady of the United States has been tremendous and very successful. She started by visiting homeless shelters and soup kitchens along with sending representatives to schools and advocated public service. In May 2014, Michelle joined a campaign to bring back school girls who were kidnapped in Nigeria and tweeted a picture of herself holding a poster with the campaign hashtag. Other campaigns of Obama include “Let's Move!,” focusing on childhood obesity and LGBT rights. Know more about the world around you. Subscribe NOW:- Like Us: htttp://www.facebook.com/livyourfame Tweet Us: htttp://www.twitter.com/livyourfame


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