SINGAPORE – US President Donald Trump is presently on a tour of 5 Asian international locations. While an necessary query to ask is what he can do for diplomacy, it’s simply an necessary to ask what diplomacy can do for Melania Trump’s wardrobe.
The American First Lady began the tour bundled up in a thick coat in Tokyo, however has made a much less conservative vogue alternative by the point she obtained to their second cease, Seoul, selecting to put on a sheer costume to a state dinner.
It stays to be seen what the 47-year-old will sport throughout her subsequent few days in China, Vietnam and the Philippines.
1. Arriving in Japan, she stepped off the airplane in a striped wool Fendi coat embellished with flowers. She paired it with bad Manolo Blahnik heels. In this ensemble, her actions included visiting luxurious pearl retailer Mikimoto’s flagship Ginza retailer with prime minister Shinzo Abe’s spouse Akie to study Japanese pearl cultivation.
2. For dinner with the prime minister and his spouse at Ginza Ukai Tei restaurant, she wore a mid-length black coat and a black sash.
three. To meet Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko at Tokyo’s Imperial Palace, in addition to to attend a calligraphy clbad at an elementary college, she wore a navy Dior costume with flowing sleeves and a flared mid-length skirt. Uncharacteristically, she wore her hair in an up-do.
four. She attended a state dinner hosted by Prime Minister Abe, carrying an extended, caped Valentino costume fabricated from pink silk.
5. Arriving in Seoul, she wore a darkish burgundy coat with exaggerated sleeves and a zipper element by Spanish model Delpozo, paired with blue pumps. In this outfit, she additionally visited the presidential Blue House and interacted with South Korean college youngsters on the American ambbadador’s residence.
6. To a state dinner with South Korean President Moon Jae In on the Blue House, she wore a blue and black costume with sheer panels and sequins, by New York-based French luxurious model J Mendel. Here, she let her hair down.
7. For a go to to the South Korean National Assembly adopted by a go to to the National Cemetery, she wore an extended, flowing black coat cinched in on the waist with a buckled belt.