GWYNETH PALTROW 1996
Laura Bush’s selection of Michael Faircloth was fairly anticlimactic for the fashion industry in 2000. The 41-year-old dressmaker had been working with Bush since 1994, and fashion observers had tempered expectations in the years since Nancy Reagan’s embrace of American fashion houses.
Hillary Rodham Clinton selected a gold-embroidered tulle dress with a fitted bodice and full skirt straight from the runway of Seventh Avenue star Oscar de la Renta in 1997. Clinton had the neckline raised and sleeves lowered for a more restrained appearance, but the look was largely lauded as an improvement for the fashion-wary first lady and an embrace of the fashion industry. Bill Clinton stuck to a standard double-breasted tuxedo rather than white tie and tails.
For her first round of balls in 1993, Hillary Rodham Clinton chose a rich shade of purple with elegant beadwork by designer Sarah Phillips. Her color choice was praised, although the look was criticized as dowdy.
1991 Cadillac Sedan DeVille
Minidisc player, circa 1992
That is one good looking 90s Walkman...