Day: April 5, 2021

Twitter Raves Over Jill Biden’s Airport Outfit

Twitter Raves Over Jill Biden's Airport Outfit

The FLOTUS is trending on the blue-bird app with many praising her sense of style after she’s photographed rocking fishnet tights and heeled booties when deplaning Executive One.

Like previous First Ladies of the United States, Jill Biden’s fashion style has exceptionally gained public’s interest since her husband’s inauguration in January. Fortunately, this has gained her more supporters than haters as her latest outfit has become the talk of the town.

FLOTUS became a trending topic on Twitter on Sunday, April 4 after Dr. Biden was photographed rocking a pair of black floral fishnet tights and black heeled booties when deplaning Executive One. Completing her look were a semi-pleated leather skirt, a fitted black blazer and a black face mask.

Jill Biden Deplaning Executive One

Twitter praised Jill Biden’s sense of style after she’s spotted wearing this outfit.

Twitter users have since been gushing over her unexpected, but chic outfit. “It’s nice

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Ulla Johnson created a new supply chain from scratch

At Ulla Johnson’s recent fashion show, models walked through the empty halls of Lincoln Center in the designer’s signature intricately patterned, ruffled gowns, as ethereal chamber music played. Johnson’s designs are inspired by her travels, but what most people don’t realize is that the garments themselves are made by women she has met in small villages all over the world.

[Photo: courtesy Ulla Johnson]

Johnson launched her label in 1998 and quickly made a name for herself for her feminine, bohemian aesthetic. A-listers love the brand, with everyone from Sarah Jessica Parker to Jennifer Lawrence to Greta Gerwig counting themselves as fans. Like many other New York designers, Johnson began by making her collections in the city’s Garment District, but eight years ago, she made the radical decision to transform her entire supply chain. She now travels the globe to find communities of highly skilled craftswomen off the beaten track

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