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If Melania Trump’s first overseas trip as First Lady proved anything, it’s that she hasn’t had much trouble finding designer pieces, after all.
FLOTUS wore a $51K floral jacket from Dolce & Gabbana’s fall 2017 collection in Sicily, Italy; a tan skirt suit by Belgian fashion house Maison Ullens in Belgium; and a black Stella McCartney jumpsuit with a wide gold belt that resembled a prize fighter’s in Saudi Arabia. For most of her public appearance abroad, she wore Dolce & Gabbana, which Stefano Gabbana had no problem advertising on his personal Instagram account.
According to Page Six, “Most days, the lobby is brimming with wardrobe boxes delivered for Melania. Once she tries on the outfits and decides what she will keep, the boxes come back downstairs.”
As previously reported, Melania buys her clothes. “Why do rich people need free clothes? Melania should buy her clothes,” stylist Phillip Bloch, who dressed Tiffany Trump for inauguration weekend, told The Hollywood Reporter. He added: “Melania is buying, but she does not have limited options — she is married to a rich man and can buy whatever she wants!”
Prior to her trip, Melania wore designs by Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors and Herve Pierre, who has also been helping to style her.
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