Melania Trump steals the show in Dior during visit to Tokyo elementary school

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Melania Trump spent her second day in Tokyo learning about Japanese calligraphy with a group of elementary school students.

The first lady visited Kyobashi Tsukiji Elementary School with Japan's First Lady, Akie Abe, the wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The first ladies were welcomed by the 300 students with a school song before Melania posed for photos and slapped high-fives with the young children.

Melania definitely stole our hearts, once again, with her ensemble of choice -- a navy blue Dior cape dress from the French brand's Fall 2016 collection. The timeless look came complete with a tonal belt that cinched at her waist and showcased her fit figure, dramatic sleeves and a hemline that hit just below her knees.

She polished off her look with a pair of her signature stilettos in a similar dark blue hue. While her ensemble was strictly the first lady's aesthetic, she mixed up her hairstyle by opting for a low chignon bun instead of her usual blowout.

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The fuss-free style kept her luscious locks out of her face as she participated in a calligraphy class with the students. Melania wrote the first kanji character for the Japanese word for "peace," as Akie wrote the second letter.

Just a day before, the two first ladies visited the Mikimoto Pearl flagship store in Tokyo's glitzy Ginza shopping district. Melania donned a statement coat by Fendi, a leather pencil skirt by Hervé Pierre and her favorite sky-high Manolo Blahnik BB pumps. The striped appliqué coat featured autumnal-inspired hues as well as neutrals like black, white and beige. 

For more on Melania's stunning sartorial show in Asia, check out the slideshow above.