It has been an amazing few days for Jenna Lyons, the creative director of J. Crew. Â She was dubbed by theÂ New York TimesÂ in this weekend's SundayStyles as "the woman who dresses America" and "the sartorial star of the (inauguration) day" by The Huffington Post.Â Just for the record, at yesterday's inauguration,Â Michelle Obama woreÂ 2 purple gloves, 1 sparkly belt and 1 pair Valentina heels.Â Malia Obama woreÂ 1 magenta coat, 1 dress from J. Crew. Jenna Lyons has long been at the top of our list of women we most admire. She started her 22 year at J. Crew as an assistant designer and now at 44 years young, is one of the most influential people in fashion. Â This has been a really tough year of public scrutiny in her personal life, yet she continues to rise above with grace and stylish aplomb. She is a rock star, cheers to you Jenna!