October cover star and First Lady Michelle Obama is passionate about Let Girls Learn, an initiative she started that helps young women across the world receive a better education. "We have an obligation to take our education seriously and then to use the skills we develop to help other people," she says in the cover story. Click the link in our bio to learn more about the program. : @thomaswhiteside; styling: @instylemelissa; hair: @johnnywright220; makeup: @carlraymua ✨#InStyleFLOTUS
Simply breathtaking. Click the link in our bio to see what First Lady Michelle Obama has to say about her personal style and her daughters' outfits. : @thomaswhiteside; styling: @instylemelissa; hair: @johnnywright220; makeup: @carlraymua ✨#InStyleFLOTUS
Regardless of the reason for Obama's odd biography, the Acton & Dystel booklet raises new questions as part of ongoing efforts to understand Barack Obama--who, despite four years in office remains a mystery to many Americans, thanks to the mainstream media.
“My hopes are to recapture some of the everydayness, some anonymity. And we know that will take some time. But I always joke that I dream of opening up my front door and walking out without any notification, without any security." #InStyleFLOTUS