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March 15, 2013  | by: Lisa Lefever
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The cover of Vogue’s April issue has been unveiled and it hosts none-other-than the always fashionable Michelle Obama. She looks dazzling and sophisticated as always, but this time she is rocking her new bangs on the cover shot by world-renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz.

Mrs. Obama wore one of her go-to designers, Reed Krankoff for the cover. The dress was blue and purple and was complimented by the light green background of the cover. The cover had a chic and unexpected color palette.

The editorial inside featured pictures with the president and more of Mrs. Obama in a Michael Kors sweater and ball skirt. All of the clothes for the shoot supposedly came from the first lady’s personal closet. I don’t doubt it — she has always been known to have elegant style.

Picture 5

The first lady told Vogue writer, Jonathan Van Meter, “If you’re comfortable in your clothes it’s easy to connect with people and make them feel comfortable as well.”

This is the second time the leading lady will grace the cover — she appeared on Vogue’s March 2009 cover as well. On that cover, she wore a pink Jason Wu dress with her first term hairstyle.

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