Miguel Cabaliero, who rose to prominence with bulletproof clothing during Columbia's deadly drug wars, designed the suit President Obama wore as he took his inaugural stroll.
Note that the exact details of President Obama's Miguel Caballero bullet resistant clothing are secret. While high-security clothing has traditionally been made from Kevlar, a bulky Teflon derivative, Miguel Caballero clothing materials are of a thinner and more flexible weave of materials with a more fashion-conscious emphasis. Caballero not only makes bullet resistant suits, they make bullet and stab-resistant biker leather jackets, tuxedo shirts, women's ski parkas, t-shirts lined with body armor and even bullet resistant underwear that would fit under a monk's robe. Sadly, they also make bulletproof jackets for children. And Miguel Caballero once specially crafted an armored kimono for actor Steven Seagal.
Besides Seagal and President Obama, Caballero has made specialized high-security fashions for controversial Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez and Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe.