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HuffPost Style's Fashion Editor Michelle Persad, Senior Beauty Editor Dana Oliver and our HuffPost Live makeup artist Kari Bauce join Caroline to break down this week's best and worst celebrity styles.
HuffPost Style's Fashion Editor Michelle Persad, Senior Beauty Editor Dana Oliver and our HuffPost Live makeup artist Kari Bauce join Caroline to break down this week's best dressed celebs.
If Vice President Joe Biden has a style signature, it's his Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses. They're mature yet youthful, retro
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Thus it should not come as such a shock that the First Daughters are less than fond of their father's style sense -- or lack
This year, the girls both sported dark winter colors in great combos, just like their mama. Sasha kept up her love for graphic
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The president is one pair of aviator sunglasses away from "Top Gun."
Smooth-E and President Obama (Alphacat) take on Psy's viral, K-Pop hit Gangnam Style (강남스타일) in the music video parody "Obama Style."
Barack chatted with the children about their Christmas presents (asking one little girl, “Do you like American Girl dolls
And we have to say: the commander-in-chief looks good. A little goony, perhaps, given that we're not used to seeing him in
As with any imitation status symbol, there's a healthy difference in price. The Obama nylon bag is just $25 -- a much better
2010-11-03-g.jpgObama isn't the second coming of JFK. But he's still the sharpest dressed Commander-in-Chief in decades.
On Tuesday, Obama "unleashed bare-knuckled criticism against opposition Republicans" at a New Hampshire town hall... wearing
IT has been only two months since the Obamas moved into the White House, but here in the nation's capital, some people are