Donald Trump Jr, with his wife Vanessa and children depart St. John’s Church in Washington, DC, after a service for U.S. President-elect Trump, January 20, 2017. On Inauguration Day, Vanessa Trump attended her father-in-law’s swearing-in ceremony wearing a burgundy coat with a cowl collar. Donald Trump Jr.’s wife accessorized with pearl and diamond dangly earrings that just so happen to be from Ivanka Trump’s fine jewelry company — and cost $12,500.
Tiffany Trump recently showed off her patriotic side in sparkling red, white and blue Aquazzura ‘Christy USA’ glitter ballerina flats while touring the White House (unfortunately it’s the same brand that's currently suing the Ivanka Trump label of copying some of its designs). Given the shoes’ stately colours, they totally provide Tiffany with an all-American look! Click through the gallery to see an ongoing look at Tiffany Trump’s best fashion moments.
Tiffany Trump wore boots from London-based designer Aruna Seth. For her custom, double-breasted white coat, she went with the Chinese designer Taoray Wang. A pair of booties from Aruna Seth, a London-based brand that built a majority of its business in the Middle East.
The piece was designed by Hervé Pierre in collaboration with Mrs. Trump herself, according to the first lady’s representatives, Women’s Wear Daily reports. President Donald Trump, left, arrives with first lady Melania Trump at the Liberty Ball, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, in Washington. “I was actually lucky because over my 20 years in the U.S., I dressed all the first ladies: Mrs. Clinton at Oscar [de la Renta], Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Obama at Carolina Herrera.
For inauguration events, Ivanka Trump wore three Oscar de la Renta ensembles. But for the grand finale, the first daughter switched things up and opted for a piece from Carolina Herrera.
Huma Abedin, the New York-based aide to Hillary Clinton, accompanied her boss to the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Friday.
Michelle Obama may now be the former first lady, but on the Internet, she’s being celebrated as the reigning shade queen, thanks to her facial expressions on Inauguration Day.
Kellyanne Conway is certainly enjoying Inauguration Day and is wearing a lot of red, white, and blue for the festivities, presumably to show her patriotism for the United States of America.
On Friday morning during the traditional welcoming to the White House of the incoming president and first lady by the outgoing president and first lady before the inauguration, Melania Trump presented Michelle Obama with a gift from Tiffany & Co.
Melania Trump, opting for a classic updo, strikes a pose on the morning of the inauguration. Melania Trump is know for her signature loose wavy hairstyle, but she chose to switch things up for Inauguration Day. Spotted leaving Blair House with her husband, President Donald Trump, FLOTUS was wearing a monochromatic powder blue ensemble with matching gloves and shoes.
While the world is fixated on President Trump and his family, Hillary Clinton arrived at the Capitol wearing a white — you guessed it — pantsuit.
Tiffany Trump wore a jacket from the Ivanka Trump clothing line on Jan. 19 in New York. On the eve of the inauguration, members of the Trump family stepped out in a number of cold-weather looks by various designers. First Lady Melania Trump wore a Norisol Ferrari military-inspired knee-length coat, while Ivanka opted for a green look from Oscar de la Renta that she paired with pumps of her own design.
Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., is the ranking member of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions and the assistant leader of the Senate Democrats. In a Facebook post Friday morning, Murray wrote, “I am going to this Inauguration not to celebrate the start of this new Administration, but to stand with President Obama to represent the families of Washington state in witnessing the peaceful transfer of power in our great country.
Nothing gets the fashion press going more than speculation about what the FLOTUS will wear to the Inaugural Ball. Michelle Obama stunned the world in a white gown by a then relatively unknown designer, Jason Wu, back in 2009 and Wu has since gone on to major worldwide success. Since November, some designers have come forward and said they have no interest in working with the next first lady, but wherever one’s political interest lies, there is no doubt ex-model Melania looks great in a frock.
In a Washington Post story on Tuesday, freelance stylist Tricia Kelly of Randolph Cree Salon in Washington, D.C., claimed Marla Maples, ex-wife of President-elect Donald Trump, tried to avoid paying for hairstyling services for her daughter, Tiffany Trump, and herself on Inauguration Day. After expressing interest in styling their locks for the big day, Kelly said she was connected to Maples’s assistant through a client. “I was told they had a $300 budget for both of them for hair and makeup,” Kelly told the Washington Post.
It was the white cloud sleeve dress that Melania Trump wore that broke the Internet. Throughout the election campaign, whenever President-elect Donald Trump’s wife made a public appearance — and there were just a few times — the future first lady made headlines. Take, for example, the $2,190 dress designed by Roksanda Ilinčić that she bought for herself (on Net-a-Porter.com) for the Republican National Convention in July.
At the Golden Globes on Sunday night, Meryl Streep’s acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award called out President-elect Donald Trump for delivering one of the most stunning performances of the year. Heil spoke to representatives of shops from high-end department stores to luxury boutiques to ask about dress supplies and found the president-elect’s remarks seem to be a stretch.
Will President-elect Donald Trump follow in the footsteps of JFK, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton? Or will he be more like Barack Obama, George W. Bush and FDR? From 1793 until 1933, the inauguration of the president of the United States took place on March 4 — the date on which the Constitution was signed in 1789 — when it was practically spring in Washington, D.C. But that changed in 1937, when the 20th Amendment shifted the ceremony to Jan. 20 to shorten the time between the election and the inauguration.
The boss of the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes reportedly told members of the dance troupe that performing in the inauguration is important for business. Members of the Radio City Rockettes wear their Christmas costumes. In comments from the meeting obtained by Marie Claire, Dolan reportedly said, “This is a great national event.