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Second Vogue cover for First Lady Michelle Obama

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She's looking good!

Chicago's own Michelle Obama once again graces the cover of Vogue, her second appearance on the front. Annie Leibovitz shot the photos -- there's a small gallery here.

Obama's wearing Reed Krakoff in the cover photo.

Michelle Obama's broken new ground as First Lady but she wasn't the first to appear in Vogue. Lou Henry Hoover, President Herbert Hoover's wife, was photographed for the May 1929 issue of Vogue, published months before the stock market tanked, setting off the Great Depression. A number of first ladies followed.

A gallery of First Ladies in Vogue can be found here.

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