Designer of Michelle Obama’s dress to rush frock into production

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama applauds after concluding her address to delegates during the first session of the Democratic National Convention in CharlotteNEW YORK (Reuters) – Fashion designer Tracy Reese will rush into production the dress that first lady Michelle Obama wore when she addressed the Democratic National Convention this week, Reese said on Thursday. The sleeveless dress, which is not yet available in stores, will retail for less than $500, Reese said on NBC's "Today" show. The first lady's dress was made of raw silk jacquard in a "luminescent" mix of hot pink, rust and copper, Reese said. It had an accent hemline of silver and blue. …