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    1. Michelle Obama photographed by Annie Leibovitz for 'Vogue'


      No doubt, First Lady Michelle Obama has been a gift to the fashion world throughout her husband's presidency. She has never shied away from embracing style, and she's not stopping now. She's on the cover of the December issue of Vogue, her third cover for the magazine. Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz …

      Michelle Obama as photographed by Annie Leibovitz for the cover of Vogue.
    2. Here's what Melania Trump wore during Donald Trump's acceptance speech


      Melania Trump walked on stage in the wee hours of Wednesday morning wearing the color Hillary Clinton supporters had been encouraged to wear to the polls.

      Donald Trump, left, arrives to speak to an election night rally, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, in New York. From left, Trump, his son Barron, wife Melania, Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump, and Tiffany Trump. AP Photo/ Evan Vucci
    3. Slideshow: Women in pantsuits turn out for Hillary Clinton in New York


      Editor's note: Lorrie Lykins is a Tampa Bay Times correspondent who splits her time between Florida and New York. Last night, she attended Hillary Clinton's election night watch party at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City, where supporters donned pantsuits in support of Clinton, an avid suit …

      Hillary Clinton on stage with Jay Z and Beyonce for a campaign event and performance at Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Nov. 4, 2016.
    4. Here's what everyone, including Michelle Obama, wore to the White House state dinner


      It's that time in the day on a Wednesday when you probably need to fantasize about a life other than yours. For instance, I just ate a microwave meal at my desk, I'm wearing a secondhand H&M jacket and my hair is too tight.

      The Obamas and their guests of honor Tuesday night.
    5. MAC's Selena makeup line is out today, better start Dreaming of You


      Here's what a true friend does.

      A true friend goes to MAC the morning the line of makeup paying tribute to slain singer Selena comes out, gets three shades for herself, and picks up an extra "Dreaming of You" for you. That's what my pal Brittany did …

      A worker from the Production Resource Group unrolls a large photo of the late singer Selena Quintanilla for the unveiling of the MAC Selena makeup collection, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas. Known simply as Selena, the Mexican-American queen of Tejano music was shot to death in March 1995 by a former employee.
    6. Slideshow: Tampa Bay Fashion Week melds national brands and local designers on one runway


      Another Tampa Bay Fashion Week is a wrap.

      A queen opening the Elizabeth Carson Racker show.
    7. My Outfit Monday: What we wore to Tampa Bay Fashion Week


      Getting ready for Tampa Bay Fashion Week, in my mind, is always a luxurious exercise. It involves cucumber eye patches, blowouts, careful application of false eyelashes. In this fantasy, we roll up to Tampa Bay's most stylish annual event looking fresh and relaxed, ready to inspire and be inspired.

      Deal Divas looking all manners of surprised, weird, kind of offset from the backdrop and not ready for the photo. I think we stayed true to ourselves.
    8. Tweet along with the Deal Divas for Emmys red carpet Sunday


      I think I speak for millions when I articulate this dream:

      We all know who the real fashion winner (and Emmy winner) is: RuPaul, seen here at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards last week.
    9. Ever flexible, Tampa Bay Fashion Week returns with new ideas


      Last year brought a contraction of sorts for Tampa Bay Fashion Week, the annual glitzy strutting of our local design scene. Organizers cut out a major runway show in the spirit of experimentation.

      “Having women in the product and on the runway really brings the brand and style to life, and shows the style on a body,” says designer Tracy Negoshian, whose colorful print line is sold at three flagship stores, in boutiques, at Dillard’s and online.
    10. Tim Gunn: Designers refuse to make clothes to fit American women. It's a disgrace.


      When I was chief creative officer for Liz Claiborne Inc., I spent a good amount of time on the road hosting fashion shows highlighting our brands. Our team made a point of retaining models of various sizes, shapes and ages, because one of the missions of the shows was to educate audiences about how they could look their …

      Tim Gunn in New York. Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images