Designer Isabel Toledo On What It Felt Like To Dress Michelle Obama For The 2009 Inauguration

The designer says she felt like Betsy Ross, weaving a historical moment into cloth.
1:32 | 01/18/13

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And the we'll -- design for the First Lady for a long time now and it's it's a wonderful opportunity for someone else to have as well. I think it's the gift that I was given. I -- What would be a good word I can't own it I can hoard it I think somebody else should really. Feel what I felt -- and be apart of this moment supposedly was one of the most watched one moment dress or. Moment that something dress that was the the swearing in. I dress that moment. The color was I called lemon grass because I felt it was optimistic I felt it was the -- that represented change. -- first -- has the phone call from his mom. Saying. All Michelle wearing such and such dress. It's not black and white as we thought it was going to be like and -- -- that she was -- where that is that I guess he's not wearing his about. So we came down got to work and the email starts -- Everybody -- emailing if confirmed this is an Isabel Toledo what from everywhere. She walks out of the church. And realized it. It's my guess it's my dress. I always say that I feel like that's Iran. That's Iran bit me. The flag and you wolf that moment. Into that law. And that's a big honor. An amazing --

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