According to REFINERY29, First Lady Melania Trump and the fashion industry converge in this new world order will present a complicated problem for Melania, who wants to be seen as stylish, and the fashion industry, which wants to avoid controversy.

Gorjez Healthy Women Relationship and Fashion Magazine wants to know how will Meliana change the fashion world in next four years:

As a former model and fashion insider, Melania is the very picture of a put-together first lady, and she is personally liked by some designers and critics. But her connection to an administration that the fashion industry has by-and-large denounced has created tension between them.

Meliana's 2017 Inauguration Outfit by Ralph Lauren| Getty Image
Meliana’s 2017 Inauguration Outfit by Ralph Lauren| Getty Image

Designers and the brands they represent are questioning whether it’s worth it to promote their own clothing if and when she wears it. Given the foreseeable fallout — brand credibility, the potential for boycotts — the stakes are high. Which leaves them with another possibility: not engaging with her at all. For the next four years, we’ll attempt to measure whether this non-engagement becomes an enduring aspect of her tenure, by keeping tabs on whether designers and brands decline to self-promote when FLOTUS wears their wares.

WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 20: President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive at the Freedom Ball on January 20, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Trump will attend a series of balls to cap his Inauguration day. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch – Pool/Getty Images)



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