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Topic - Tracy Reese
Diversity on the runway is only part of the race problem in fashion, said Tracy Reese. There's plenty to be done behind the scenes as well, she said.
New York Fashion Week ended its fourth day Sunday with a celebration of Diane von Furstenberg's wrap dress, an appearance by Victoria Beckham's family, and Chelsea Clinton popping up at the show for Edun, the Africa-focused line founded by rocker Bono and his wife.
Any model will tell you: It's hard to walk down a catwalk.
Michelle Obama has proven her fashion savvy time and again since she was introduced as first lady in a lemongrass-yellow sheath and coat by Isabel Toledo on Inauguration Day 2009 _ so much so that we don't discuss it nearly as much as we used to.
First lady Michelle Obama got rave reviews for the custom-made Tracy Reese pink-and-copper dress she wore while giving a tribute to her husband at the Democratic National Convention.
Tracy Reese is feeling optimistic, if not downright festive, for fall.
Layering is mostly just how we dress, a way to extend what's in our closets and, bonus, stay warm and dry.
Diversity on the runway is only part of the race problem in fashion, said Reese.
NEW YORK (AP) - Diversity on the runway is only part of the race problem in fashion, said Tracy Reese.