Melania Trump Co-Designs Her Own Inaugural Gown

Melania Trump Co-Designs Her Own Inaugural Gown

Sealing her established code of glamour on inauguration day, Melania's Ralph Lauren powder-blue cropped jacket and mock polo-neck dress with matching gloves was sophisticated and modest.Lauren, 77, is perhaps the country's most iconic living designer, whose clothes define a uniquely American sense of elegance.

The First Lady returned to Trump Tower Sunday night because, as we reported. she religiously escorts Barron to his private school - but now they'll do it in a heavily protected motorcade rolling through NYC. "There is one First Lady, and she'll do remarkable things".

People have been left "genuinely concerned" after footage emerged of the First Lady struggling to keep up her smile at husband Donald Trump's inauguration.

Herve Pierre said that designing with Melania Trump is organic, and added that Melania has a very strong personal style.

TAP FOR GALLERY Hervé spoke about designing the gown. "I know what I want, and I'm selective", she reportedly told DuJour. Our conversations were, and are, very easy. The former model never appears less than perfectly groomed, usually attired in tightly tailored sheath dresses and spiky stilettos, although her necklines have risen and her hems dropped during the course of the campaign.

The maxi floor-length ball gown Melania helped Pierre to design is made in a vanilla crepe hue, featuring an off the shoulder cut. Clearly, the First Lady was hesitant about Donald's decision to seek the presidency.

Melania Trump
Melania Trump Co-Designs Her Own Inaugural Gown

"She definitely knew what she wanted". She's a woman and a mother and I am pro-woman.

As for the usual social causes first ladies endorse, Melania mentioned she'd try to combat cyberbullying, a pronouncement that sparked incredulity among those who see her husband as a prolific Twitter tyrant. And it's always with really, really good taste.

So what does this mean?

After a few nods, he turns back around - taking the former model's grin with him. Last week, Ivanka disappointed them, saying she's not going to act as the first lady. "Could he be the first president to actually get divorced while in the White House?" It was a strikingly lovely choice that bodes well for White House styling in the coming four years. According to the Washington Post, that part's been deleted.

At least initially, Trump's daughter, Ivanka, who is moving to Washington with her family, is expected to play the role of White House hostess.

By Saturday, that line had been edited and simplified to say that she had "launched her own jewellery collection".