Photo credits: Annie Leibovitz, Vogue Magazine
Outgoing First Lady Michelle Obama is going to be on the cover of the upcoming issue of Vogue Magazine.
Mrs. Obama’s appearance on the front of the December 2016 edition of Vogue will be the third time she has graced the cover of the popular women’s magazine. The 44th First Lady of the United States absolutely dazzles the camera with some of the most beautiful photos she’s ever taken for the public’s viewing pleasure.
Mrs. Obama graced the cover of Vogue for the first time in the March 2009 issue. For the April of 2013 issue, the lovely First Lady appeared on the Vogue cover for the second time. As always, Mrs. Obama offers an interesting interview full of her thoughtful words spoken in her signature down-to-earth tone.
In the absolutely gorgeous photo, which is used to illustrate this article, Mrs. Obama is wearing a chic dress designed by Atelier Versace. Fashion has been a staple of Mrs. Obama’s historic run as a main figurehead of the White House. In Mrs. Obama’s interview with Vogue for the December 2016 issue, she touched on her affinity for clothing.
“It all boils down to comfort level: If I’m going to make you comfortable, than I have to be comfortable first,” the First Lady told Vogue.
“So my first reaction isn’t ‘Who made this?’ But ‘Let’s try it on. What does it look like? Oooh, that’s cute. Oh, wow. I never thought of wearing something like this. Let’s put a belt on it. I feel gooood in this’,” she continued.
Mrs. Obama also told Vogue about how she has shouldered the responsibility of her title and who she has aimed to inspire during her two terms as the wife of the leader of the free world.
“Kids are watching us, I experience it every single day. They hang on my every word, what I wear, what I say. But that means something to me. Maybe because I still have kids and I know that they’re influenced by people they look up to, but it makes us want to live right and do right and be right,” she added.
There will certainly never be a First Lady like Mrs. Obama. It’ll be easy to miss her when she’s gone.