Tiffany Trump Hits New York Fashion Week to Support Designer Taoray Wang
"I think Tao's aethestic is just unparalleled," the daughter of Donald Trump tells THR. "She puts so much effort into the slightest detail."
Tiffany Trump stepped out for New York Fashion Week on Saturday morning to support Chinese designer Taoray Wang, who created her white coat and matching dress for Inauguration Day.
"I think Tao's aesthetic is just unparalleled. She puts so much effort into the slightest detail," the daughter of Donald Trump and Marla Maples told The Hollywood Reporter. She was accompanied by her mom and boyfriend Ross Mechanic at the runway show.
When coming up with her Inauguration Day ensemble, Tiffany shared, "We talked a lot, and I think now she really knows my style, so we work closely together." Wang made her debut at NYFW in September 2014.
In addition to attending Wang's show, she noted that she'd be attending "a couple" of other presentations at NYFW.
Director of the museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology and noted fashion historian Valerie Steele, who has been a fan of Wang for a while, called the collection "dandified elegance." Think power suits with sharp cuts and pink linings.
Tiffany most recently worked with celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch on her inaugural weekend looks.
"She has been a supporter since a long time before the election," Wang said of Tiffany, who first attended the designer's show in 2016.