First Lady Melania Trump unveiled new artwork by Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi that has been been installed on the east terrace of the famous garden, which she renovated earlier this year.
Three years ago on this date, January 20, President Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States outside the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. It also has been three years since Melania Trump assumed the role of being the First Lady of the United States. When it comes to fashion, Melania has inspired us with her looks and style, making her the most stylish First Lady since Jackie Kennedy. Despite fashion magazine refusing to cover Melania as the First Lady in fashion and her role, only to ridicule her in both aspects, America is lucky to have her and her husband in the White House.
First Lady Melania Trump, alongside husband President Trump and son, Barron were seen leaving the White House Friday afternoon heading to Palm Beach, Florida for Martin Luther King Weekend. For the departure, Melania was seen wearing a lilac wrap coat from Ralph Lauren. From the Fall 2015 collection, the belted wrap coat is designed for a straight fit. It features an open-front wrap style with self-tie belt, notched la
Over three years as First Lady, Melania Trump is always impeccably dressed when she steps out to public events or political functions with her husband President Donald Trump. Despite fashion magazine refusing to cover or criticize her style, Melania has redefined the politics of fashion with her fashion-forward outfits. From her love of belted coats, ultra-chic dresses and, of course, stunning heels, Melania gave fashion lovers multiple memorable looks. I have rounded up the top 12 outfits from each month (besides January) she has wore in 2019 as our gracious first lady.
First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Pence visited the American Red Cross Headquarters in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday to assemble comfort kits for troops deployed stationed in Romania, Poland, Djibouti, Iraq, and Kuwait.
Fashion designer Zac Posen announced on Friday that he is shutting down his namesake label. First reported by WWD, the 39-year old designer and former “Project Runway” judge stated he failed to find a buyer or new investors and “ran out of time.”