Ouch. Jill Biden Donates Her Inauguration Day Clothes … and Face Masks to Smithsonian’s First Lady Exhibit (VIDEO)


Jill Biden donated two inauguration dresses AND matching face masks to the Smithsonian’s First Lady exhibit.

“My focus on Inauguration Day was being a First Lady for all Americans — doing my part to help bring our country together,” said Jill Biden. “These two groups, as a form of art and expression, were a voice for me in one of the most important days of my life.”

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CNN reported: :

First Lady Jill Biden will present her Inauguration Day ensembles at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History on Wednesday, the White House announced, as part of the First Ladies’ Collection exhibit. museum

Biden wore two separate outfits on Inauguration Day 2021, CNN Style reported at the time. For the opening ceremony, she wore a blue tweed coat with velvet sleeves and a dress embellished with Swarovski crystals with a matching face mask, by Colorado-born Alexandra O’Neill of American label Markarian.

“It’s an incredible honor to dress Dr. Biden today,” O’Neill said in a statement to CNN Style at the time. “I’m so humbled to be even a small part of American history.”

For the inauguration concert later in the evening, the first lady wore an all-white outfit including a dress, coat and matching white gloves by Uruguayan-born Chloé creative director Gabriela Hearst.

Jill Biden’s speech on Wednesday night was worthy.

“Clothing is an art and articulation. It is a manifestation of a moment of time, it is history,” said Jill Biden on Wednesday. “I am deeply honored to play a small part in a great moment in our history, alongside two visionary designers.”

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