U.S. President Barack Obama and First lady Michelle Obama with Jerry Seib
U.S. President Barack Obama and First lady Michelle Obama stand with Jerry Seib of The Wall Street Journal at the White House Correspondents Association's annual dinner in Washington, U.S., April 30, 2016. PHOTO: REUTERS/YURI GRIPAS

Michelle Obama looked stunning in a shimmering champagne colored gown at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington D.C. on Saturday. Always a hit in her sartorial style stakes, this time around too the first lady of the U.S. for her last WHCD, opted for a Givenchy Haute Couture gown. Also known as the ‘“nerd prom,” she wore a couture gown from the French fashion house’s Spring 2016 collection for the occasion.

All eyes were on the 52-year-old Michelle as she stole the show in the annual WHCD. Her gown featured a sleek, body-hugging dress and a crystal-embellished sheath layered on top like a cape. The head-to-toe sequins added lots of glitter to her ensemble.

The plunging gown added the right amount of oomph and elegance to her look with a hint of her cleavage. Givenchy has not yet confirmed, however, fashionistas were quick to note that Michelle’s dress was a custom Givenchy from the house’s Spring 2016 collection.

She kept her hair and accessories simple and let the stunning gown do all the talking. Michelle accessorized with diamond drop earrings, a stack of rings on her right hand, an oversize gold ring and diamonds on the left hand. The first lady opted for simple make-up with a slick of nude lipgloss and smoky eyes. Her dark tresses were left loose, kept in a side part and styled straight.

Kendall Jenner was the special guest along with a host of actors, actresses and celebrities at the WHCD. The 20-year-old model brought her supermodel style to the event. She looked stunning in a plunging sweetheart neckline black Vivienne Westwood gown.

The younger sister of Kim Kardashian West dazzled in a 50-carat Lorraine Schwartz diamond stud choker. Kendall wore a pair of black strappy sandals, while her long brunette tresses were kept center-parted and styled into a high up “do” with tendrils of hair framing her face.