We have the most beautiful FLOTUS of all time. She’s intelligent, supportive, caring and stunning.
Her fashion sense is second-to-none and she turns heads and drops jaws nearly everywhere she goes.
But it’s always fun when she wears a unique piece that you don’t see everywhere – and that’s precisely what she did at the National Medal of Arts and Humanities ceremony.
Melania wore a “tuxedo jumpsuit” designed by Hervé Pierre and she looked absolutely ravishing.
It was wonderful to celebrate all our creative and inspiring recipients of the 2019 National Medal of Arts, the highest award given to artists and arts patrons by the U.S. government. Thank you to @NEAarts for all you do promote the arts in every community across America! pic.twitter.com/XYqGpDJ3Ud
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) November 22, 2019
First Lady Melania Trump wore a custom “Tux Jumpsuit” designed by Hervé Pierre yesterday. Here is the sketch from her designer’s Instagram page. Details below.#PoweroftheFirstLady #BeBest pic.twitter.com/696fwiQfWE
— FLOTUS Report (@MELANIAJTRUMP) November 22, 2019
Melania Trump entered the East Room on Thursday evening ahead of a ceremony for the honorees of the National Medal of Arts and Humanities, she donned a stunning tux jumpsuit made of black grain de poudre and featuring navy “duchess details,” as Hervé Pierre described. pic.twitter.com/y1AbM2sxe2
— Blanche V. Mercaldi (@tammytabby) November 22, 2019
This isn’t the first time she’s worn a “jumpsuit” style outfit. You’ll recall she wore a gorgeous white jumpsuit the day President Trump won the election.
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) November 9, 2016
President Trump must be so proud of his elegant and gorgeous wife…I know we are!
First Lady Melania Trump was regal as she walked through the White House this week in a tux jumpsuit designed by her personal couturier and style adviser Hervé Pierre.
As Melania Trump entered the East Room on Thursday evening ahead of a ceremony for the honorees of the National Medal of Arts and Humanities, she donned a stunning tux jumpsuit made of black grain de poudre and featuring navy “duchess details,” as Hervé Pierre described.
In posts on Instagram, Pierre thanked Mrs. Trump for wearing the garment and revealed the sketch of the jumpsuit that he personally gifted to the First Lady as a souvenir to remember the look. [Breitbart]
Hervé Pierre designs many of the beautiful clothes Melania wears including her gown for the Inauguration. He is her personal couturier and style adviser.
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