Michelle Obama In Reed Krakoff – Pritzker Architecture Prize Ceremony

Michelle Obama continues to give awe inspiring looks no matter what the occasion may be.

At the Pritzker Architecture Prize Ceremony at Andrew Mellon Auditorium in Washington, DC yesterday she looked beautiful wearing a Reed Krakoff Spring 2011 halter dress.

From the runway I wouldn’t have picked this for Michelle, but a few adjustments like replacing the low slung belt to sit on the empire waist and we have a FLOTUS worthy look.

The cobalt jersey gown was paired with some champagne coloured heels.

I love her constant rotation of designers. She can never be accused of being boring.

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Introducing Reed Krakoff

Last night I attended a dinner party at the Haunch of Venison gallery in Mayfair.

The dinner was hosted by Natalie Massenet, founder of Net-A-Porter.com in honour of American designer Reed Krakoff.

She looked gorgeous as always wearing an asymmetrical Reed Krakoff Spring 2011 printed dress paired with the Reed Krakoff Fall 2010 shearling leather platform sandals.

Reed – who is the executive creative director of Coach – started his own line which first hit the runway during Fall 2010 New York Fashion Week back in February.

The designer is known for his utilitarian luxurious chic pieces which include tailored cashmere coats, knits, supple leather separates and a desirable selection of structured satchels and footwear.

His first collection was snapped up instantly by Net-A-Porter.com.

Here are a few of my favourite pieces from Reed Krakoff’s Fall 2010 collection which is available now on Net-A-Porter US and Net-A-Porter International.

The Boxer tote with a wrap-around belt-like feature is a hot seller as Net-A-Porter have updates of ‘more stock to arrive soon’.

The shearling leather platform sandals are to-die-for.

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