When Dolce & Gabbana puts on a show, it doesn’t happen by halves! If you are an influencer, “it” girl, blogger, or the offspring of a housewife or actress and did not walk the Dolce & Gabbana show on Sunday in Milan, then I’m afraid you are not that major.
Ivanka Trump might have stepped down from her fashion label, but that doesn’t mean her style game has suffered. Now that the 35-year-old daughter of President Donald Trump has relocated to Washington, D.C., she’s often spotted in on-trend looks in her daily appearances from the White House to the Capitol Building (and the Trump Hotel too). From everyday work looks to extravagant gowns for upscale events, the first daughter’s outfits are generally always sophisticated and refined. Recently, the mother-of-three shared an image alongside Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and her father wearing a sleek black dress — an sleek option she often sticks with.
Like the first ladies to come before her, every fashion move from Melania Trump is history in the making. From the former model’s white off-the-shoulder gown that she co-designed with Hervé Pierre to the hot-pink Dior dress she stepped out in for a charity event, all eyes are on Melania. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
For the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, there was a very specific uniform: layers to keep warm, a witty sign, and a pink pussy hat. Thanks to the Pussy Hat Project, which launched in November to encourage knitters to make pink cat-eared hats, protesters around the world — from Washington, D.C., where more than half a million people have gathered, to Tbilisi, Georgia — are united in fashion. Click through above for the best pink hats spotted at marches everywhere. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day