Oscar de Renta, the world’s fashion designer, whose label is comprised of the Signature ready-to-wear collection and Pink Label, has had good relationship with women of White House. His world includes a high end sportswear collection, cosmetic cases, eyewear, jewelry, lingerie, and swimwear.
This fashion guru has designed a gown for an historical White House wedding. Secretary of State and mother of the bridge Hillary Clinton wore a plum-colored de la Renta to her Once again, fashion guru Oscar de la Renta has designed a gown for an historical White House moment. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wore a plum-colored de la Renta to Chelsea Clinton’s wedding. She donned a floor-length turquoise gown. The wedding of Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky was taken place in Rhinebeck on July 31, 2010. Chelsea wore strapless gown designed by American designer Vera Wang, a Clinton family friend while the bridesmaids wore strapless bias-cut gowns which were made of lavender silk chiffon with plum-colored grosgrain ribbons at the waist. The secretary of state donned an embroidered Oscar de la Renta gown in a potent shade of raspberry.
The secretary of state donned an embroidered Oscar de la Renta gown in a potent shade of raspberry
Hillary Clinton wore a de la Renta gown, which was just the latest in a string of his outfits to show up at high profile First Family events. Let’s take a look back at the designer’s other greatest White House hits.
Laura Bush and Cindy McCain appeared at the 2008 Republican National Convention, wearing some fancy designer clothes. McCain appeared radiant in her bright buttercup-yellow Oscar de Renta shirt dress. Bush wore a demure cream-colored two-piece suit. McCain’s yellow ensemble was in contrast to Bush’s white and embroidered suit. Both ladies looked elegant.
McCain’s yellow ensemble was in contrast to Bush’s white and embroidered suit.
Jenna Bush wore a sheer, sleeveless organza gown which was adorned with beautiful beading on her wedding with Henry Hager on May 10, 2008.
Laura Bush was one among four ladies in red at Kennedy Center Honors, one of Washington’s biggest nights of stars and glamorous fashion. There were four women at the reception wearing the 8,500 Oscar de la Renta dress. Thus, the First Ladies change attire halfway through the evening.
Laura Bush donned the 8,500 Oscar de la Renta dress.
Clinton wore a floor-length gown for the second go-round in 1997. With flared skirt and a sheer bodice, the gown was embroidered with sparkling gold.
Nancy Reagan was outstanding with a red, lace de la Renta dress at the Presidential dinner in 1998.
On Nelson Mandela’s birthday in Johannesburg, South Africa, Hilary Clinton appeared in a chiffon leopard print gown.
Clinton donned a blue coat to Barack Obama’s inauguration. Blue was a signature color from her campaign in 2008.
Hilary Clinton in a floor-length, pouf-sleeved ensemble appeared at the 2002 Council of Fashion Designers of America gala.
Laura Bush wore sparkly, silver tulle dress.
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