Michelle Obama arrives in Indian-American designer's creation
US First Lady Michelle Obama landed here Sunday morning looking chic in an ensemble designed by India-born Bibhu Mohapatra, who is based in New York.
New Delhi: US First Lady Michelle Obama landed here Sunday morning looking chic in an ensemble designed by India-born Bibhu Mohapatra, who is based in New York.
She has accompanied US President Barack Obama on a three-day state visit to India.
Michelle wore a geometric-print black and white knee-length dress with blue-floral motifs as she emerged from the US Air Force One jet with her husband. She completed the outfit with a matching coat with the same motifs and print and looked stunning in the outfit.
Mohapatra, who specialises in women's luxury wear with daywear and evening wear, shared a photograph of the US First Lady wearing his creation along with one of his ramp shots.
“The President and the First Lady arrive in #india. @michelleobama wearing @bibhumohapatra #spring15 poppy print dress and coat @flotusnews @christyrillingstudio @cfda @vogue @bergdorfs thank you #MK and @johnnywright220 Xb,” the designer posted on Instagram.
The power couple were welcomed by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the VVIP terminal of the Indira Gandhi International Airport here.