Another Designer Steps Forward for Melania Trump

Designer Carolina Herrera says she would be honored to design for Melania Trump. Who wouldn’t be? Carolina shows respect and admiration for Melania and for the role of the First Lady of the United States. One must wonder what a great designer can do with an equally great First Lady. It will be fun to watch, don’t you think?

As Written by the AP and Reported by Newsmax:

While a few designers have made news saying they would not dress the future first lady, Carolina Herrera said she’d be honored if Melania Trump wore one of her outfits.

The famed designer spoke about Trump on the red carpet before she got an honor of her own Monday night from the Women’s Leadership Council at Lincoln Center.

Who might dress the wife of President-elect Donald Trump has become an issue after designers Sophie Theallet and Tom Ford, who have both dressed first lady Michelle Obama, said they wouldn’t do so for Mrs. Trump, a former model.

But when asked if she would, Herrera said, “Of course I will, as the first lady of this country I will. Of course.”

She added, “It is an honor to dress the first ladies of the country and it’s something to do for the United States. It’s not for myself. It’s for the public.”

Obama has worn Herrera while in the White House.

Herrera was lauded for her 35 years of fashions at the event by Emmy Rossum and Seth Meyers, among others. Diana Ross sang a mini-concert in Herrera’s honor, including hits like “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and “I’m Coming Out.”….

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Carolina Herrera Says It’s an Honor to Dress Melania Trump



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