Michelle Obama's inauguration gown headed for the Smithsonian

First Lady Michelle Obama will present her Inaugural gown on Tuesday morning to the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History where it will join the First Ladies Collection.
The white chiffon gown that Obama wore to all of the 2009 Inaugural balls will be added a new gallery in the museum’s exhibition called, “A First Lady’s Debut” gallery, where it will join 10 other gowns all worn by first ladies during Inaugural festivities.
Designer Jason Wu, the creator of Obama’s one-shoulder floor-length gown is scheduled to attend the Smithsonian induction with Obama next week.
With Obama’s addition, the overarching “First Ladies at the Smithsonian” exhibition will be home to a total of 24 dresses and more than 100 other objects, including portraits, White House china, and other personal possessions of former first ladies.