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Michelle Obama wears Spanx, she reveals at fashion workshop

Michelle Obama wears Spanx, she reveals at fashion workshop
American Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour leaves the stage after introducing First Lady Michelle Obama during the Fashion Education Workshop in the East Room of the White House on Wednesday. (Manuel Balce Ceneta / Associated Press)

Michelle Obama hosted the first White House Fashion Education Workshop on Wednesday, with help from Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour and designers Jason Wu, Zac Posen, Lela Rose, Diane von Furstenburg and Maria Cornejo, who were on hand to mentor students from design schools. [New York Daily News]

Though the first lady was wearing a dress designed by Fashion Institute of Technology student Natalya Koval, it was her underwear that got a lot of buzz on Twitter and elsewhere. In praising Spanx founder Sarah Blakely, Obama revealed that she too is a fan. "Spanx is a multibillion-dollar company. ... And we all wear them with pride." [The Cut]

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Athletic apparel label Lululemon wants to appeal more to male customers and plans to begin operating some dedicated men's stores, with the first to open this fall in New York. [Racked]

Hudson Kroenig, the son of model Brad Kroenig, has been walking runways since he was 3 years old. Now around 6 or 7, he is starring with Joan Smalls in ads for Chanel's cruise 2015 collection. The ads were shot by Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld. [Fashion Gone Rogue] [Fashionista]

The merchandise for sale at outlet stores might not be the same as you'd get if you shopped at the mothership, Racked reports. [Racked]

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