First Lady style compared: Michelle Obama vs Melania Trump

US fashion had aligned largely in favor of Hillary Clinton: Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Tory Burch, Vera Wang, Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan and Diane von Furstenberg have supported the campaign of the democratic candidate with generous donations. Michael Kors paused for a moment its effort to dress The First Lady, Michelle Obama to focus on Democrat candidate at the Presidency, Hillary Clinton. Michelle Obama has, so far, increased the popularity of the American brand by wearing very often its clothes and accessories. It’s renowned that Michelle is very appreciated for her fashion choices, savvily alternating between High-End fashion (Narciso Rodriguez, Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera) with more casual and accessible like J. Crew, Ann Taylor or Topshop. It’s still unclear what Melania Trump style will be the new First Lady is not new to the fashion world. A former model (originally from a little Slovenian village), began working in Milan aged 18. While working, she met her future husband, the US President -elect, Donald Trump, in 1998 during a Fashion Week show in New York. Known for her love for high heels and Christian Louboutin red soles (also worn on election day to go voting), Melania would seem to prefer High-End fashion instead of low-cost brands. Her wedding dress by Dior was valued $ 100,000 and, during televised debates, she has often worn a pink pussy-bow silk shirt from Gucci.


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