Jason Wu 'In Shock' After Inaugural Dress Reveal

After a weekend of parades, luncheons, and Inaugural Balls, we can all breath a sigh of relief and start hunting online for all the amazing clothing worn by the Obamas and Bidens.

For a few designers, the party is just getting started! We saw Michelle Obama in several outfits over the weekend including J. Crew and Thom Browne, but the dress that stole the show was designed by Jason Wu.

In fact, Jason Wu and Jenna Lyons, J. Crew's creative director spoke to the Today Show about their experience dressing the First Lady and her girls. Lyons revealed that Malia's purple coat will actually be discontinued! "The lady day coat that Malia was wearing has been in our line for years, and we'll continue that, but we'll retire the color," said J.Crew's creative director, Jenna Lyons. "We won't do the color again, just out of respect for the first family." Meanwhile, Jason Wu is still in shock saying, ""As a designer and somebody who moved to America to become a designer, it's something quite incredible," he told TODAY's Savannah Guthrie. "I'm still pinching myself to see that's all real."

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