Tom Ford had already declined to dress Melania Trump too, saying she's not really his picture.
The US administration of Donald Trump hasn't started yet, and the ride as of now looks rough, what with individuals slamming the Canadian migration site even before the outcomes were out and the boundless dissents before long. Yet, the rough street isn't for just Donald, yet even his significant other Melania.
The previous Slovenian model is being hailed as the most glitzy US First Lady since Jackie Kennedy (who was eminent for her beauty and style), while likewise falling off truly low on the notoriety rating — potentially ousting even Hillary Clinton herself, when she was FLOTUS. Not just that, there is by all accounts a developing unexpected of understood architects, including Marc Jacobs and Sophie Theallet, denying the First Lady-to-be. The most recent to join the rundown is Tom Ford, who has in truth as of now once declined to dress Melania.
Amid a late talk on The View, Ford – who is a Democrat and voted in favor of Clinton – said, "I was requested that dress her many years prior and I declined; she's not really my picture." He included that "even had Hillary won she shouldn't wear my garments, they're excessively costly. They're not falsely costly, it's the amount it expenses to make these things. I think the primary woman needs to identify with anyone."
Beforehand, Marc Jacobs had allegedly said he had no enthusiasm for dressing Melania Trump, and would rather center his vitality around helping the individuals will's identity hurt by Trump and his supporters. Sophie Theallet, obviously, made a significant sprinkle when she tweeted out an open letter expressing her motivation to not dress Melania and encouraging different fashioners to do likewise.
In front of the US presidential races, the mold crew had aggregately met up by the thousand to bolster Clinton's candidature, taking after Michelle Obama's endeavors to advance up and coming originators and regularly utilize her style sensibilities to make a political, social and social articulation – a philosophy the design clique had trusted would have proceeded with Clinton.