For the past 8 years, Michelle Obama has brought sense of fashion to the White House. Various world-class designer designs have become his collection. Do you remember, Bela, when Michelle wore an Atelier Versace dress with shades rose gold on final state dinner. Or Cobalt Crepe Silk the elegant one by Christian Siriano that was worn during the Democratic National Convention? The question is, by the time Obama and his family leave the White House, what about the role of industry? fashion when Melania Trump officially became First Lady. Melania can buy whatever she wants, but will she need someone’s help? stylist or insteadhire designer? Since the election took place, many designers have opened their voices about whether they will dress Melania or not.
“I was asked to dress her, but I refused.” Obviously Tom when appearing in show The View in channel A B C. “She’s not my image.” he added.
“As someone who celebrates and values diversity, individual freedom, and respects all forms of lifestyle, I don’t want to participate in dressing up or involve myself in anything Melania-related.” Sophie wrote in an open letter via Twitter. “The vision and mission conveyed through the Trump campaign are not in line with our values.” Sophie added.
“This is one of the most difficult questions to answer. I have been bombarded when I expressed my opinion after the election results came out.” Tom explained to WWD. “I have been warned not to make opinions that could alienate the client. I think dressing Melani Trump will be a challenge in itself. I better focus my energy on a more world honorable and respectful. I don’t know Melania personally, but I hope my comment isn’t judged too offensive.judge personal values, and I don’t see myself getting involved in the activities of the Trump presidency.”
“I have no interest in dressing Melania Trump. And it’s not because of Sophie’s letter, because I haven’t seen it. PersonallyI better channel my energy into helping those who will be hurt by Trump and his supporters.”
“It’s been a very emotional journey,” Philip explained to WWD. “The result of all of this only strengthens my belief that we must take a firm stand for the values we have as a community.” brand. As a global brand, we are always looking for values such as ideology, diversity, justice, innovation and more. Looking at that, I don’t see any collaboration with Trump.”