While Ivanka Trump has been the recipient of hisses during her Germany trip — her first official overseas trip as an adviser to the president — it certainly isn’t in response to her wardrobe choices. The earrings were mismatched, which is an interesting and very fashion-forward choice for the first daughter during a formal event. Like every decision Trump makes, this was well thought out.
Ivanka Trump attended the W20 conference on empowerment for women in Berlin, but her comments about President Trump's policies drew some audible dissent.
On Monday, it was revealed that the company that owns Ivanka Trump's eponymous fashion label has been reselling items from her clothing line with a different designer tag. G-III Apparel Group has admitted to relabeling pieces from Trump's line with the tag of Adrienne Vittadini Studio and reselling them to Stein Mart, a chain that has nearly 300 stores across America, without the knowledge of Ivanka Trump and the Trump organization, Business of Fashion reported. “G-III accepts responsibility for resolving this issue, which occurred without the knowledge or consent of the Ivanka Trump organization,” a representative for G-III, which manufactures and distributes Trump's line via a licensing agreement, told BoF.
On Thursday, Ivanka Trump took to Facebook to reassure the public that she will not violate government ethics rules to promote her book Women Who Work.
New mom Irina Shayk looked stunning only six days after welcoming a baby girl with partner Bradley Cooper. The Russian beauty, whose daughter, Lea de Seine Shayk Cooper, was born on March 24, visited a farmer’s market in Los Angeles on Thursday wearing a $538 Vetements long-sleeved sweatshirt dress emblazed with the words “Sexual Fantasies” on the sleeve and furry slide shoes. Shayk, who was accompanied by her mom, Olga Shaykhlislamov, also wore her hair in a messy chignon and a pair of sunglasses while she carried a bag of strawberries.
There’s new evidence that Ivanka Trump’s brand is thriving, despite boycotts and a swirl of negative press that have roiled the company since the presidential election. The company that manufactures Ivanka Trump’s brand, G-III Apparel Group, reported a $17.9 million increase in net wholesale sales of the brand’s licensed products in the 12-month period ending January 31, according to an annual report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commision last Tuesday. The company, G-III, which also manufactures products for brands like Calvin Klein, DKNY, and Tommy Hilfiger, cited the Ivanka Trump brand as one of a number of brands that saw “an increase in gross profit” last year.
Following in the footsteps of Jackie Kennedy and Kate Middleton, the first daughter seems conscious of coordinating her kids, and herself, in a color scheme.
Melania made a rare White House visit to welcome Jordan’s King Abdullah II and (international style icon) Queen Rania. The ensuing photo op proved a bit weird.
Ivanka Trump's status as a White House employee has led to ethical concerns on the future success of her fashion business — even though she dissociated herself from the label by announcing a leave of absence in January.
Ivanka Trump takes her own advice — at least the advice of the brand that bears her name. In the beginning of March, her company posted an entry on IvankaTrump.com about great work clothing for spring. Of course, all the options were Ivanka Trump. One of the pieces recommended was a blue, white, and purple floral fit-and-flare midi dress. And now that spring is officially here, she’s heeding her own advice and rocking the heck out of that frock. Almost a month after posting, she was spotted leaving her Washington, D.C., home in the sleeveless dress, and she looked like the picture of spring.
At a reception for senators and their spouses in the East Room of the White House on Tuesday, Melania wore a navy-blue dress from French designer Roland Mouret. The fitted dress, which retails for $2,390, features a strappy, off-the-shoulder neckline — the same silhouette her stepdaughter Ivanka wore to President Trump’s address to the joint session of Congress at the end of February.
The first daughter hit the slopes in Aspen in a $1,250 ski suit from Spyder, according to the Daily Mail. On a family ski trip, Trump rocked the red fitted suit with a fur-lined hood.
Ivanka Trump may have publicly disassociated herself from her clothing and accessories label by announcing a formal leave of absence in January — but some retailers feel the label is still profiting from her name and influence. A San Francisco-based retailer is suing the Ivanka Trump label. In the lawsuit, filed in San Francisco Superior Court on Thursday, the 40-year-old brand alleges the Trump clothing and accessories label has gained an unfair advantage “from Donald J. Trump being the President of the United States and from Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared, working for the President of the United States.” Yahoo Style has reached out to the Trump brand for comment and will update with any response.
Trump uses his presidential pulpit to censure manufacturers -- both domestic and foreign -- for using overseas labour to make goods for American consumers, but the Ivanka-branded orders have kept rolling in. More than two tonnes of ladies' polyester woven blouses, 1,600 cowhide leather wallets and 23 tonnes of made-in-China footwear were among at least 82 such shipments that passed US Customs -- almost one per business day -- from Trump's November 8 election win through February 26, records showed. The goods were made in China by three US companies holding licences to manufacture products for Ivanka Trump's fashion line: garment maker G-III, Mondani Handbags and Marc Fisher Footwear.
Melania and Ivanka Trump celebrated International Women’s Day on Wednesday by hosting an intimate lunch at the White House.
For her father’s first address to a joint session of Congress, Ivanka Trump took off her choker and bright red blazer that she wore to the White House earlier on Tuesday and changed into yet another youthful look.
On Sunday, famous first daughter Ivanka Trump attended both a Monster Truck rally and, hours later, the prestigious Governors’ Ball at the White House. Ivanka Trump wore a sleek strapless black dress — possibly J. Mendel’s $4,295 polka dot column dress — for the Annual Governors’ Ball at the White House on Sunday night. The dinner was hosted by President Trump and his wife, first lady Melania Trump, for governors of the 50 states.
Isabel Rose, a New York mother and writer who hails from a wealthy real estate family, penned a poignant open letter to Ivanka Trump that was inspired by her transgender daughter. Rose states in the heart-to-heart letter that she hopes Ivanka’s father, President Trump, will reconsider revoking a federal rule that protected trans persons and their right to use the bathroom of the gender with which they identify.
Ivanka Trump might have stepped down from her fashion label, but that doesn’t mean her style game has suffered. Now that the 35-year-old daughter of President Donald Trump has relocated to Washington, D.C., she’s often spotted in on-trend looks in her daily appearances from the White House to the Capitol Building (and the Trump Hotel too). From everyday work looks to extravagant gowns for upscale events, the first daughter’s outfits are generally always sophisticated and refined. Recently, the mother-of-three shared an image alongside Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and her father wearing a sleek black dress — an sleek option she often sticks with.
Over the past few weeks, multiple brands have dropped the Ivanka Trump label in protest of her father’s policies. Ray, along with Sara Salazar Williams, Jeannie Petersen Guthrie, Natalie Poulsen Germaine, Krysta Noel Price, and Amy Llewelyn, recently went to Nordstrom to cancel their accounts with the company. “Dumped #Nordstrom today for Dumping Ivanka! This is how it went down… #byenordstrom #buyivanka,” reads the caption of the video, which has received 1.2 million views and nearly 18,000 shares since it was posted Wednesday.
Despite (or perhaps because of) chain retailers like Nordstrom and Burlington dropping Ivanka Trump’s clothing and accessories line from their stores and websites, the first daughter’s namesake brand has gotten a boost in sales elsewhere: Amazon, where the Ivanka Trump perfume is currently the best-selling women’s fragrance. Townhall, a conservative news site, wrote about the perfume’s leap to the top of the pile on Thursday, and as of Friday morning, it was still up there, followed by an aromatherapy set and the cheaper rollerball version of the Ivanka Trump scent. Some, though not all, recent reviewers said they purchased the perfume in a show of support for the Trump family.
Ivanka Trump’s brand is being dealt yet another blow. As of Friday, Burlington (formerly known as the Burlington Coat Factory) removed Ivanka Trump brand products from its website. According to Shannon Coulter, the woman behind the #GrabYourWallet movement, there had previously been 13 Ivanka Trump items for sale online — and then suddenly they were all gone.
Chelsea Handler added a side of snark and political statement to her latest shopping trip. “A Jew and a Gay went to pick a Muslim up from the airport, headed straight to Nordstrom, and then headed over to @whitehouse to give our thanks!” the comedian shared in a caption on Instagram alongside a photo of herself with Quinn Murphy, her makeup artist, left, and her driver, Omar. All three, posing in front of the White House, hold multiple grey shopping bags from the retailer that recently dropped Ivanka Trump’s label.
On Thursday morning, Kellyanne Conway spoke with Fox & Friends from the White House and delivered a straightforward message regarding the controversy surrounding retailers dropping the Ivanka Trump label. When asked about Ivanka and her father’s tweet on Wednesday addressing her issues with Nordstrom, Kellyanne shared, “This is a very successful business woman twice.