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Tiffany Trump effect pays off for Shanghai designer

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© Provided by AFP Tiffany Trump was in the front row at the Taoray Wang Fashion Week runway show in New York

At least one Trump is good for business: American fashion may be keen to distance itself from the US first family, but Shanghai-based label Taoray Wang is proudly standing by the president's youngest daughter.

Tiffany Trump, 23, now enrolled in law school at Georgetown University down the road from daddy's office at the White House, sat front row Saturday at the label's second consecutive Fashion Week runway show.

Looking resplendent in a Taoray Wang black strapless frock and white sash, the other first daughter -- who takes a back seat to half sister and White House advisor Ivanka -- smiled sweetly for the cameras.

Tiffany Trump is the label's most famous US customer, as it seeks to make increasing inroads into the US market. She wore a Taoray Wang outfit to her father's inauguration in January.

Designer Wang Tao joked about wishing her New York store had opened last season, so positive was the impact of Trump's front row attendance at her fall/winter collection last February.

"I think that really attracted lots of attention for the brand," Wang told AFP. "In a very good way."

"I like the woman who's independent, confident and not afraid to speak for themself," said Wang, who designs for the powerful, professional and modern woman -- leaders in government, business, finance and law.

"Tiffany is one of my customers too."

On the third day of Fashion Week, she fused East and West, sending down the runway a spring/summer 2018 collection that stayed true to her DNA of sharp, wearable suiting, but given a Baroque flare.

Inspired by a concert of music by 17th century composers Handel and Purcell at the Shanghai Symphony Hall, performed by a "very fashionable" group of young Chinese musicians, Wang added Baroque flourishes to her trademark modern, minimalist, clean lines.

She added stiff silk ruffle-style belts -- think Baroque ruffle at the neck reimagined as a belt -- and ruffle-style pleats on the shoulder.

"Normally I wouldn't really be brave enough to try all this decoration but I'm quite happy with it," she said.

And that SoHo store? Delayed, but earmarked to open by June 2018.

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Fashion editors share images of Tiffany Trump sitting alone at New York Fashion Week

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Anti-Trump sentiment appeared to spill over into what some perceived as a minor bullying episode this week at New York Fashion Week, when Tiffany Trump was reportedly left sitting by herself at the Philipp Plein show. Nikki Ogunnaike, senior fashion editor at Elle magazine, tweeted that the show had started late because editors were “fleeing” having to sit next to Donald Trump’s daughter. Christina Binkley, a former Wall Street Journal columnist, also tweeted photos of the 23-year-old first daughter sitting by herself. “Nobody wants to sit next to Tiffany Trump,” she wrote.

On Wednesday’s episode of The View, comedian Whoopi Goldberg — who is also known for her dislike of the new president — jumped to the defense of the recent University of Pennsylvania graduate.

“You know what, Tiffany, I’m supposed to go to a couple more shows. I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I’m coming to sit with you,” said Goldberg. “Because nobody’s talking politics. You’re looking at fashion! She doesn’t want to talk about her dad! She’s looking at the fashion!”

Later that day, Tiffany accepted Goldberg’s offer via Twitter.

On Wednesday’s episode of The View, comedian Whoopi Goldberg — who is also known fxDM-L12; jumped to the defense of the recent University of Pennsylvania graduate.

“You know what, Tiffany, I’m supposed to go to a couple more shows. I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I’m coming to sit with you,” said Goldberg. “Because nobody’s talking politics. You’re looking at fashion! She doesn’t want to talk about her dad! She’s looking at the fashion!”

Later that day, Tiffany accepted Goldberg’s offer via Twitter.

© Provided by AFP Tiffany Trump was in the front row at the Taoray Wang Fashion Week runway show in New York

At least one Trump is good for business: American fashion may be keen to distance itself from the US first family, but Shanghai-based label Taoray Wang is proudly standing by the president's youngest daughter.

Tiffany Trump, 23, now enrolled in law school at Georgetown University down the road from daddy's office at the White House, sat front row Saturday at the label's second consecutive Fashion Week runway show.

Looking resplendent in a Taoray Wang black strapless frock and white sash, the other first daughter -- who takes a back seat to half sister and White House advisor Ivanka -- smiled sweetly for the cameras.

Tiffany Trump is the label's most famous US customer, as it seeks to make increasing inroads into the US market. She wore a Taoray Wang outfit to her father's inauguration in January.

Designer Wang Tao joked about wishing her New York store had opened last season, so positive was the impact of Trump's front row attendance at her fall/winter collection last February.

"I think that really attracted lots of attention for the brand," Wang told AFP. "In a very good way."

"I like the woman who's independent, confident and not afraid to speak for themself," said Wang, who designs for the powerful, professional and modern woman -- leaders in government, business, finance and law.

"Tiffany is one of my customers too."

On the third day of Fashion Week, she fused East and West, sending down the runway a spring/summer 2018 collection that stayed true to her DNA of sharp, wearable suiting, but given a Baroque flare.

Inspired by a concert of music by 17th century composers Handel and Purcell at the Shanghai Symphony Hall, performed by a "very fashionable" group of young Chinese musicians, Wang added Baroque flourishes to her trademark modern, minimalist, clean lines.

She added stiff silk ruffle-style belts -- think Baroque ruffle at the neck reimagined as a belt -- and ruffle-style pleats on the shoulder.

"Normally I wouldn't really be brave enough to try all this decoration but I'm quite happy with it," she said.

And that SoHo store? Delayed, but earmarked to open by June 2018.

Go to MSN Home
Go to MSN Entertainment


Fashion editors share images of Tiffany Trump sitting alone at New York Fashion Week