There is no hiding for Michelle Obama, she isn't just the American First Lady but is increasingly the First Lady of Fashion. What she wears, what designers she patronises has generated seemingly endless column inches, so it is no surprise to see that she has made the cover of the March edition of Vogue, the iconic fashion magazine.
The photographs taken by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz (remember this, yes that's her work) and Michelle appears in an array of dresses by Jason Wu, J C Crew and D.C. Narciso Rodriguez.
And if you love your First Lady's you'll love this edition as you get three for the price of one with Queen Rania of Jordan and Carla Bruni-Sarkozy of France making appearances.
Vogue has a long tradition of photo spreads of American First Lady's but this is only the second time they've made the front cover, the only other time being Hilary Clinton in 1998.
Get a taster of the article at style.com