by Danica Lo
Getty Images Here's a First Lady fashion first that's making history this week: the Smithsonian Institution will put Michelle Obama's second inauguration gown--remember that gorgeous crimson halter-neck Jason Wu number?--on display at the National Museum of American History for a year, beginning this Tuesday.
The gown will be shown alongside her shoes from inauguration night, 2013-a pair of Jimmy Choos.
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Why is this a FLOTUS first? Turns out the Smithsonian usually only archives a First Lady's first inauguration gown--and, in cases of a second term, the second dress is ordinarily only kept in the presidential library.
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"The more I started thinking about it, it's such a long time before the presidential library is built," said Smithsonian Curator Lisa Kathleen Graddy. "There's such interest in the dress, I thought maybe it would be interesting if we could borrow the dress and do a special display, a special limited-time display here so that people would get a chance to see it.
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