Melania Slays The Fashion Police And Pays Homage To French Designers For Macron’s Visit

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And she paid homage to some fantastic French designers in honor of her guests.

First Lady Melania Trump was stunning as she greeted French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte at the White House on Monday.

The First Lady paid homage to fashion great, Hubert de Givenchy, founder of the iconic French fashion house.  His designs were the symbol of ‘Parisian chic’. Givenchy was known for his clean, elegant lines, innovations in fabrics, and the creator of the ‘little black dress’ made famous in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. He was also known for dressing two of the most elegant ladies in the 1950s and 60s, Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy. As a matter of fact, Givenchy was the sole designer for Audrey Hepburn, who was known as his ‘muse’.  Hepburn wore Givenchy exclusively both in her movies and off-camera.

Hubert de Givenchy died last month at the age of 91 in a black tuxedo-inspired cape.

First Lady Melania Trump gave homage not just to Givenchy, but to other French designers as well.

Melania, 47, gave a nod to some of the biggest designers from her guest’s home nation, wearing a $2,790 Givenchy tuxedo cape, Christian Louboutin heels, and a Christian Dior purse, which she paired with a Dolce & Gabbana dress.

Although Melania and Brigitte wore dramatically different outfits, their looks were actually quite complementary.

Brigitte’s yellow coat featured a black ribbon tie and black buttons that matched Melania’s all-black ensemble, which was cinched with a Ralph Lauren belt.

While the French first lady carried a Louis Vuitton cylinder-shaped evening bag with a top handle, the U.S. first lady opted for a sleek black Dior crocodiles-skin clutch.

Source: Daily Mail


The Trumps and the Macrons planted an oak sapling — a gift from Macron from a WWI battle site — on the south lawn of the White House grounds.

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