Michelle Obama’s Jimmy Choo Moments: Sandra Choi Sounds Off

Michelle Obama really loves her Jimmy Choos. During a trip to India this week, the First Lady was spotted in not one, or two, but five Jimmy Choo styles — from the brands “Aza” pump to the metallic “Attila” flat and the “Esther” boot.

“First Lady Michelle Obama is a woman of our time: confident, glamorous, stylish, adores fashion, relatable,” said Creative Director Sandra Choi. “That is what makes it a special honore to see her wearing [our brand].”

Plus, Choi admires her fashion picks from the up and coming crowd. “She has an inner confidence and radiance that is reflected in the way she dresses. I like the way she supports young designer talent mixing it with more established brands,” she said. “Her fashion choices are never inappropriate.”

Sandra Choi on Kit Harrington 

The Creative Director is also a fan of Harrington’s style. Recently, the “Game of Thrones” actor was pictured in his second Jimmy Choo campaign, for spring ’15.

“Kit perfectly embodies the Jimmy Choo man. He has a natural and alluring masculinity and an effortless sense of style,” she said. “His cool attitude and smoldering sensuality belie a true British gentleman.”

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