New York, NY (CNS) – Michelle Obama has gone from First Lady to first lady of fashion in just a few short months. Some of her outfits have already made history and can be found in museums. Her inauguration ball gown by fashion designer Jason Wu can already be found at the Smithsonian, and now her golden Isabel Toledo-designed Inauguration Day ensemble will be on display for the first time in New York’s The Museum at FIT. The new exhibit, titled “Isabel Toledo: Fashion from the Inside Out,” will display a mid-career retrospective of Toledo’s works, featuring designs from the mid-1980’s to the present. Including Obama’s Inauguration dress, approximately 70 other looks will also be on display, including drawings by her husband, Ruben Toledo, with whom she collaborates. ”I absolutely adored my Inauguration Day ensemble designed by Isabel Toledo, and I am happy it will be part of the exhibit so that others can appreciate the creativity and craftsmanship of one of America’s great female designers,” said the First Lady in a statement. “We are absolutely delighted that Mrs. Obama has agreed to lend this now-historic ensemble to the museum’s forthcoming exhibition, ‘Isabel Toledo: Fashion from the Inside Out,'” said Valerie Steele, director of The Museum at FIT. The exhibit opens on June 17th and will run through September 26th.