Designer Azede Jean-Pierre started her day with a sunny shot before she started her day at the White House.
A peak at the personalized invite to Rachel Roy sealed with the White House stamp of approval.
The fashion and style director of W magazine made sure to get an artistic selfie in before meeting with his group of students.
Tracy Reese (in a fab frock of her own) and Edward Wilkinson posed for picture before taking their seats on the #fashionedu panel.
A student-snagged this close-up of the First Lady addressing all of the fab fashion folks.
Designer of the moment, Charles Harbison rounded-up students from his alma mater, North Carolina State. Sweet!
W mag’s Edward Enninful gathered these media moguls in-the-making for a Journalism Workshop.
The boys show draping knows no gender as they take on this gown with gusto!
This young fashion designer put the finishing touches on a gorgeous gray gown.
Students came together, with a few mentors, to make another memory from their trip to the White House.
Anna Wintour made sure to take a picture with her group of students.
After getting a chance to learn from one of the best, these students took a picture with their new mentor, Zac Posen.
Phillip Lim equipped his students with all of the materials they need to make sparks fly: fresh fruit, colorful vases and as many notebooks, colored pencils and pens that they could ever need.
Jason Wu wooed this future fashion designer with his inspirational story, giving her just the push that she needs to make something beautiful.
The First Lady got a first hand look at some of the inspiration boards from one of her favorite designers: Zero+Maria Cornejo. We wonder if she'll be wearing anything from this season's runway.
This young woman came to the White House, dressed to impress. The hair and the shoes are fashion-approved!
It looks like this future fashion designer has a new friend in the one and only Diane Von Furstenberg.
We're pretty sure this is everyone's favorite selfie from the whole event--Anna Wintour included.