Hadiya Pendleton was a majorette for the King College Prep school marching band, who were involved in last week’s inauguration ceremonies in D.C.
Relive the glamorous, glorious, Beyoncé-ous pageantry of the week’s big event.
“The art of cutting hair is something that we should foster and support.”
So, it wasn’t just all stuffy old people wearing fashion-backwards formal attire. Here are some of the rules that were broken by the most adventurous attendees.
The inauguration brought out the fiercely independent spirit of the nation’s most famous wearer of clothes.
The smartphone presidency.
And there was no consoling him.
This is supposed to be a respectful and solemn day for the country, so can we please try and take this seriously for just two seconds?!
“Anybody who looked important I took a picture of at the inauguration…”
The forgotten parts of D.C.’s international community partied just a couple blocks away from the main Inaugural Ball. The tiniest countries unite.
Ball gowns and cheesy photo ops.
They’re basically America’s awesome kid sisters, and the inauguration was their day to shine.
Our 44th president got sworn in again. It was a big day.
A member of the Merchant Marine Academy Band added something a little extra to her uniform.
She does not have a perfect history with cardigans.
This seems to have been a thing.
Behold, 1%. End of discussion.
Also, John Mayer. But let’s focus on the hat!
Gay rights, climate, and gun control! “A much more muscular form of liberalism,” says Begala.
“[W]ith your blessing, we will see that we are created in your image, whether brown, black or white; male or female; first-generation immigrant American or daughter of the American Revolution; gay or straight; rich or poor,” Rev. Luis Leon said Monday.
“She’s getting ready for the Super Bowl,” the director explained.
I merely pose the question. Only you can decide!
Are we sure she isn’t the 44th president?
Someone appears to have had *too* much fun last night.
“[I]f we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well,” Obama said Monday. The first time a president said the word “gay” in an inaugural address.