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Tiffany Trump and stylist still working on inauguration looks

Tiffany Trump is still deciding on her inauguration outfits.

Stylist to the stars Phillip Bloch, who has known blonde Tiffany since she was a little girl, has given a run down on possible outfits the 23-year-old will wear when her father, Donald Trump, is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on Friday (20Jan17).

“I want to see her have a moment,” Phillip smiled to the Hollywood Reporter.

For the daytime events, Phillip said they’re still deciding between coat and dress looks by Israeli designer Elie Tahari and Taoray Wang, a Chinese designer who shows at New… Read More


In New York, searching for the reclusive and elusive Melania Trump

Washington Post

The paparazzi no longer stake her out at her son’s private school or search for her on the streets surrounding the black tower that her husband, the president of the United States, named for himself.

Like legions of New Yorkers who hibernate in their apartments, Melania Trump is a virtual shut-in, her refuge 58 stories above Manhattan’s hoi polloi and laden with enough gold to embarrass a Saudi prince.

“She’s the great white whale,” said Miles Diggs, a paparazzo, as he and his partner hunted celebrities in Soho on a recent afternoon in a Chevy Suburban equipped with… Read More


Donald and Melania Trump Never Spend the Night Together

Life & Style Magazine

A new report claims Melania Trump is unhappy as first lady and that she doesn’t sleep in the same bedroom as her husband, Donald Trump.

Not only does the former model currently live 200 miles away from the president in NYC, but when she’s with the 70-year-old, sources say she refuses to share a bed with him.

“Melania does not keep hidden from everyone around her how miserable she is,” a family source tells Us Weekly. “[She] wants as little to do with Donald as possible. She is not interested in Donald, the presidency or anything… Read More


Does Melania Trump Get Designer Freebies? The First Lady’s Wardrobe Rules

IB Times

Being the first lady of the United States is not an easy task. One has to be a part of several public appearances such as the countless state dinners, charity engagements and trips with the president, and for every occasion, the FLOTUS needs to be appropriately dressed. As far as the current first lady is concerned, she has already been making headlines about the designer clothing she wears. In her first 56 days as the first lady, Melania Trump dressed nearly appropriately for most occasions, except one or two instances when she drew criticism.

The question that the… Read More


MELANIA TRUMP BUYS CLOTHES, DOESN’T GET DESIGNER FREEBIES - HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“Why do rich people need free clothes? Melania should buy her clothes,” says veteran red-carpet stylist Phillip Bloch, who dressed Tiffany Trump for inauguration weekend.

Much like Hollywood actresses making the rounds for awards season (roughly 20 major public appearances for an Oscar nominee in a mere 3.5 months), being FLOTUS, means countless state dinners, charity engagements and trips to be chicly attired for. First Lady Melania Trump has already stepped out in a series of designer looks for her first 56 days in the role, from Ralph Lauren to custom Herve Pierre and most recently a black beaded $9,590… Read More