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Melania’s fashion critics & Hope Hicks’ return

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Credit: Altaf Qadri/AP Photo

Look out, she’s gonna wear it!

Does the world really care what Melania wears? The answer seems to be a resounding “yes”.

The most recent coverage she received was during her trip to India with President Donald Trump. The first lady wore two high-dollar pieces by designer Carolina Herrara within just a day during her visit, according to Footwear News. The two dresses together cost $4,797. 

According to a Fox News poll, 35% of Americans think the media coverage of Melania’s “looks and styles” is too negative, while 37% think it’s “fair” and only 9% think it’s “too positive”. 

Fashion historian Sonya Abrego says there’s a reason for the constant stream of input we see online. “What’s changed is the media landscape,” she said. “The speed of communication and … the fact that everybody can throw their opinion into the ring now.”

If there’s one thing to be said about Melania’s ever-changing but always-chic style, it’s that she’s changing the landscape of fashion and opportunity for creative freedom for future first ladies. 

Upcoming Events


– CPAC 2020 –

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) starts today!

Ivanka and Lara will both speak on Friday during the four-day event. Lara talks alongside Trump campaign manager Brad Pascale at 8:25 a.m., and Ivanka joins Larry Kudlow at 2:30 p.m.

Click here to livestream the event. 

Lights, Camera, Action


Hope Hicks Returns: The Daily Caller News Foundation

Two years after resigning as White House communications director, loyal ally Hope Hicks makes her return debut.  

Throwbacks


Strike a pose! Tiffany Trump shows off her leather shorts, Valentino Rock Stud shoes, and long legs at a friend’s birthday party | April, 2015

Source: The Telegraph

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