Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s wife, Louise Linton, has reportedly triggered a backlash among fashion brands after publicly mocking a woman who criticized her on Instagram this week. Linton unleashed a scathing tirade Monday against a woman who questioned why she chose to caption a photo of herself exiting a government plane with a hashtagged list of expensive designers she was wearing, including Valentino, Hermès, and Tom Ford. Sources cited by the New York Post’s Page Six on Thursday said top fashion labels have distanced themselves from the 36-year-old actress after her outburst. “Louise won’t be invited to Fashion Week or the big galas. And she certainly won’t be appearing in Vogue, if her wedding pictures [with Trump] hadn’t already killed her chances with Anna Wintour,” one source was quoted as saying. In a separate report, a spokesperson for Valentino made it clear that Linton “did not receive any gifted merchandise, compensation, or loans from Valentino” for her name-dropping Instagram post.