WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 (UPI) -- J. Crew says it is honored first family Michelle, Malia and Sasha Obama wore clothing from its stores to inauguration festivities in Washington this week.
"We are honored to be part of such a momentous occasion in both history and fashion," Jenna Lyons, creative director of J.Crew, said in a statement.
Barack and Michelle Obama's daughters wore J.Crew wool pique Herbie coats to Sunday's "We Are the One Concert" and the new first lady wore a J.Crew classic olive cashmere cardigan over a French metallic lace shell with a deep blue wool serge pencil skirt to Monday's Kid Inaugural Concert.
The first daughters also wore full looks from crewcuts by J.Crew to Barack Obama's swearing-in ceremony Tuesday, while Michelle accessorized her outfit with olive green leather gloves from J.Crew.
"For their special day, J.Crew proposed a few day and evening ideas, comprised of clothing and accessories that could be easily mixed and matched with their style and color sensibility in mind," the retailer said in a news release. "The collection was presented in color stories, which include corals, aquas, lavenders and bright reds, allowing Michelle and the girls the option of creating unique outfits of their choice to reflect each of their own personal styles. Michelle and the girls' outfits were specially designed for them, however, highlights may be seen in the Fall 2009 J.Crew and crewcuts collections."