Meet The Mystery Man Behind Ann Romney's Campaign-Trail Style
While the blogosphere (ourselves included) tends to blow up when Mrs. O wears a fabulous frock, the Romney camp has been noticeably mum about Ann's getups on the campaign trail. Aside from the stunning red Oscar de la Renta number she wore at the RNC and the infamous Reed Krakoff bird shirt from her This Morning TV segment, her wardrobe choices have been noted and appreciated, but not necessarily heralded.
Until now, that is — after the crisp white number she sported at the first presidential debate, WWD tracked down the relatively unknown designer behind it. In a Q&A, Alfred Fiandaca, a favorite of Mrs. Romney's and a staple in her closet, dishes on his friendship with the potential First Lady, her style, and what it's like to see his clothes on the global political stage. Do we spy a Jason Wu moment, for the conservative set? (Women's Wear Daily)
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