“His work extends to many different fields, not just fashion design. His expertise is utilized for special projects and events,” a statement from Melania Trump’s office read.
In her first interview since leaving the White House, Melania Trump has taken a swipe at Anna Wintour for not featuring her on the Vogue cover during her husband’s time in office.
After four years of Melania Trump seemingly loathing her job to decorate the White House, Jill Biden has stepped in.
Has Lauren Boebert proved that fashion is becoming a back-and-forth of dresses with text on the back of them, and barbs traded back and forth between political parties? Please, no.
Melania Trump seemed averse to return to the public fray—until NBC presidential historian Michael Beschloss dissed the White House Rose Garden, the redesign of which she oversaw.
Jill Biden wore a “Love” coat in direct contrast to Melania Trump’s “I Don't Care, Do U?” jacket. Sure, it’s a message of unity. It’s also a fashionable smackdown.
Jill Biden wore a pair of fishnet tights. Cue a chorus of predictable right wing outrage, and an online debate about Melania Trump’s modeling past.