The first lady has launched an up-market clothing line, and her designers are giving her a boost in the fashion world, as she prepares to head to Israel on her first visit there since becoming first lady.
A group of high-end brands and fashion houses have been snapping up Ivanka Trump merchandise, including Louis Vuitton, Prada and Gucci.
The first lady’s brand has already taken off, and now she’s trying to capitalize on her global presence with her new line of fashion items.
Her brand is currently sold in a range of styles including men’s and women’s suits, dresses, jackets, dresses with necklines, jackets and accessories.
She has also started selling her own line of jewelry and accessories in the U.S. She’s also launched a website for her products and has been selling a series of videos on her Instagram account that feature her wearing some of the items.
It’s a sign that Ivanka Trump is ready to get back to her roots, as her family has been heavily involved in the American Jewish community since the mid-1980s, when her father, President Ronald Reagan, was president.
The first daughter and her husband, Jared Kushner, have had a strong role in the White House.
But for many of her followers, she’s not a traditional American first lady, instead focusing on her own brand.
The Trump brand has gained momentum over the past two years, and she’s used the opportunity to expand the brand in her first two years in office, according to her spokeswoman.
It remains to be seen how she’ll use her first year as first lady to expand her portfolio, which includes a range and collections from more traditional American brands like Tiffany, Burberry and Louis Vuitch.
Her clothing line is expected to be unveiled at the White March in Washington on Feb. 17.