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Which Designers Are and Aren't in Favor of Dressing Melania Trump

5 monthes ago   |   By Fashionista

On Thursday, Nov. 17, eight days after Donald Trump became the President-elect of the United States, designer Sophie Theallet took to Twitter to post an open letter stating that she would not dress the incoming First Lady, Melania Trump. In the time since, the fashion industry has looked to...
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Diplomacy à la Mode: Will Designers Dress Melania Trump?

5 monthes ago   |   By WWD

Having a voice. Many prominent figures of popular culture view it as a privilege, a right, a duty. Yet sometimes, having a voice kind of sucks. Like when you really want to pass on a question that keeps coming back at you. Just ask the American designer community. Because now that the “would you dress Melania Trump?” query is out there - thrust into the social media fray by one of their own, no less - it's not going away. But oh, they wish it would.
Most of them, at least. Some designers answered directly, thoughtfully and without equivocation. Tommy Hilfiger and Thom Browne would be...
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Designers Weigh In on Dressing Melania Trump

5 monthes ago   |   By WWD

It's the hot-button fashion question of the moment: Which designers would dress future First Lady Melania Trump if asked? In an industry that swung heavily and vocally Hillary Clinton's way during the presidential election, many are avoiding the question like the plague. But not all. Here, several designers offer thoughtful assessments on where they stand.
Diane von Furstenberg
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Diane von Furstenberg: Donald Trump was elected and he will be our president. Melania deserves the respect of any first lady before her. Our role as part of the fashion industry is to...
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