Michelle Obama Wears Sergio Hudson for Inauguration Day

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Photo credit: Rob Carr - Getty Images
Photo credit: Rob Carr - Getty Images

From Harper's BAZAAR

Former First Lady Michelle Obama attended today's inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden wearing a matching overcoat and suit designed by Sergio Hudson.

The plum-colored look includes a high turtleneck, wide-legged trousers, and a purple belt with a gold circle buckle cinched at her waist. Sergio Hudson, a Black American designer who has also worked with Rihanna and Beyoncé, has long been a favorite of the former First Lady.

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is also wearing Sergio Hudson today, per CNN, along with Christopher John Rogers.

Photo credit: Win McNamee - Getty Images
Photo credit: Win McNamee - Getty Images

Obama has voiced her support for Biden during the contentious 2020 presidential race, as well as her hopes for overcoming a difficult and politically strife year.

"We've endured so much this past year, from the devastation of the pandemic to the ups and downs of a hard-won election. But what has perhaps stayed with me most is the passionate message of justice and empathy that has defined the Black Lives Matter protests around the world," Obama wrote on Instagram in December.

She continued, "I hope more people can find it in their hearts to meet these cries for decency not with mistrust, but with love and a willingness to listen. Because as the COVID-19 crisis has made clear, our fates are inextricably bound. If the least of us struggles, we all in some way feel that pain. And, unless we keep speaking out and marching for equality, none of us will ever truly be free. We can’t watch a man choked to death in the light of day and assume that all our children can be safe. We can’t tell people they can use their voices, but then say, 'Yes, but not right now' or 'That’s not the right way.'"

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