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Style Notes: Melania Trump Might Wear Ralph Lauren to Inauguration; Reed Krakoff Joins Tiffany & Co.

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Melania Trump Reportedly Will Wear Ralph Lauren at Inauguration [WWD]
Melania Trump is rumored to be wearing a design by Ralph Lauren for the upcoming inauguration festivities, according to WWD. The designer, who supported Hillary Clinton throughout her campaign and outfitted the Democratic presidential nominee for every major event following the Democratic National Convention, reportedly is creating a custom gown for Trump. The soon-to-be first lady also wore a Ralph Lauren single-shoulder jumpsuit on election night while her husband gave his victory speech.

Reed Krakoff Named Chief Artistic Officer at Tiffany & Co. [Vogue]
Reed Krakoff has been named the chief artistic officer at Tiffany & Co., and design director Francesca Amfitheatrof is leaving the company after three years. The appointment to the newly created position comes after Krakoff worked with the brand on a range of home goods and accessories, including handbags, key rings and tabletop accessories, which are slated to launch this year. Krakoff, who was the creative director of Coach from 1996 to 2014, folded his namesake label in 2015 after five years.

Iris Law Lands Burberry Beauty Campaign [Instagram]
Iris Law, the 16-year-old daughter of the Young Pope (aka Jude Law) and Sadie Frost, landed her first major beauty campaign. Law, who has modeled for Miu Miu and Illustrated People in the past, is the new face of Burberry Beauty, specifically the Liquid Lip Velvet range of lip colors. The British beauty follows in the footsteps of Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn as a face of the fashion house's cosmetics line.

 

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