Americans have got a new First Lady, former model Melania Trump. She is beautiful and have the money to buy all the couture she wishes. Comparatively, Michelle Obama had no connection to the fashion industry before becoming First Lady, but she is of course to be remembered more iconic of the two.
The first reason behind is that for becoming an icon just a pretty face is not what is required and even an international platform won’t help.
During the sworning in ceremony of Trump as the 43rd United States President the lady looked stunning wearing a head-to-toe baby blue outfit. American sportswear Ralph Lauren designed the knee-length dress equipped with high-necked bolero jacket and matched with gloves as well as stiletto pumps to convey a message of elegance and class.
Her outlook reminded Jackie O. of some fifty-six years ago era when John F. Kennedy was inaugurated on January 20, 1961. She wore the same color Oleg Cassini suit.
However, her morning appearance at St. John’s Church put questions forward whether top-tier designers to work with her. It is also to take note Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Sophie Theallet and some more have declined to work with Trump to resist the incoming administration.
On January 20, 2009, Michelle Obama wore a yellow-gold dress equipped with coat by Cuban-American designer Isabel Toledo. In due course the First Lady practiced featuring emerging, multicultural designers.
Michelle’s fashion was also a way to express issues which were close to her heart like accessibility, intersectionality and globalism. she captured the zeitgeist in fashion.
Melania is beautiful, fashionable, polished and gorgeous, but it is yet to see whether she is inspiring like Michelle.