By  on July 19, 2007

WASHINGTON — First Lady Laura Bush lauded the accomplishments of designers Wednesday at a White House luncheon for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award winners and nominees.

Bush, wearing a Carolina Herrera black belted pantsuit with white contrast stitching, told the crowd of architects, industrial designers, product designers and landscape architects: "Your union of form and function has changed the way we peel potatoes, write our names and brush our teeth. Your designs have made it more fun to go back in time by playing oldies on our iPods — and then to go really far back in time by doctoring our old personal photos with Photoshop."

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