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Michelle Obama Rocks Reed Krakoff For Her Second Vogue Cover

Image via <a href="http://www.vogue.com/magazine/article/michelle-obama-leading-by-example/#1">Vogue</a>
Image via Vogue

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The second Vogue cover featuring Michelle Obama, FLOTUS extraordinaire and mom dance champion, has finally landed. Her dress? A midnight-blue Reed Krakoff sleeveless number, the same designer (and color for that matter) that she wore for her second official portrait. Her hair? Banging and bouncy. Her smile? So genuine we already consider her our BFLFL (Best First Lady For Life). Take a look at the cover after the jump, that is if you can tear your eyes away from the adorable happening above.

Cover lensed by Annie Leibovitz

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