Michelle Obama snagged her second Vogue cover, photographed by Annie Leibovitz and styled by fashion director Tonne Goodman, this April. FLOTUS wore a blue Reed Krakoff dress (reportedly from her own closet) for the cover and a Michael Kors sweater and ball skirt for interior shots. Michelle was interviewed by magazine contributor Jonathan Van Meter with her husband, President Barack Obama, for the accompanying profile, in which we find out all sorts of details about the White House power couple, including:
-- Barack's "bachelor" pad during his run for Senate: "'It did end up catching on fire,' says the president sheepishly."
-- Their potential weekend plans: "'Saturday night!' says the First Lady. 'The kids are out with their friends. Let’s go party!' 'The Obamas are out in the club again?' says the president, laughing."
-- And, of course, Michelle's influence on Barack's style: "'Michelle’s like Beyoncé in that song,' says the president. ''Let me upgrade ya!' She upgraded me.'"
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[Image via AP Photo/Vogue, Annie Leibovitz]