US President Barack Obama bows to First Lady Michelle Obama at the Inaugural ball in Washington. Reuters photo
Brad Paisley performs at the Commander-in-Chief's Inaugural Ball at the 57th Presidential Inauguration in Washington. AP photo
US President Barack Obama stands with members of the US military at the Commander in Chief's Ball during presidential inauguration ceremonies in Washington. Reuters photo
President Barack Obama holds first lady Michelle Obama as they dance at an Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, during the 57th ...
Vice President Joe Biden talks to Jamie Foxx as Jill Biden watches during the Inaugural Ball at the Washington convention center during the 57th Presidential ...
Nate Ruess (L), Jack Antonoff and Andrew Dost of the band Fun perform at the Inaugural Ball in Washington. Reuters photo
US President Barack Obama dances with Air Force Staff Sergeant Bria Nelson as first lady Michelle Obama dances with Marine Gunnery Sergeant Timothy Easterling during ...
Mana performs during the Public Inaugural Ball at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. US President Barack Obama was sworn in for ...
Singer Alicia Keys performs during the Commander-in-Chief's Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. AFP photo
Singer Stevie Wonder performs during the Inaugural Ball at the 57th Presidential Inauguration in Washington. AP photo
First lady Michelle Obama walked out for the inauguration night’s first dance wearing a ruby-coloured chiffon and velvet gown, diamond ring by designer Kimberly McDonald, and shoes by Jimmy Choo.
It was Jason Wu again. She made JWu, a little known Taiwan-born designer, famous by wearing a white dress by him to the 2009 Inaugural Ball. She has since been a devoted client.
Michelle Obama is slowly turning into a first lady the US seems to be considering to take over from Jacqueline Kennedy, the iconic first lady still held up as yardstick to incumbents.
Jackie Kennedy, wife of former president John F Kennedy, ended life as an Onassis, after marrying Greek tycoon Aristotle Onassis. A much admired figure, she became known as “Jackie O”. She died in 1994.
As the first lady walked with Obama waving at people along the route from the Capitol to the White House wearing heels some found precariously high, she wrote her own legacy.
Most TV commentators loved her look, irrespective of their politics. It was back among the talking points Monday as she set out of the White House for the first time in the morning for the traditional service at St John’s Church and it was soon a full-blown topic of discussion.