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Since becoming the first lady of the United States, Melania Trump has become one of the most photographed women in the world, not only for her position but also for her impeccable style. Although on several occasions she has been criticized for the outfits she has chosen to leave the White House in the direction of areas affected by natural disasters. However, despite the attacks, the First Lady enjoys exquisite taste and always chooses super-elegant pieces for both official events and casual outings.
Among his most memorable pieces is the delicate white suit with bare shoulders and front opening by Hervé Pierre that he wore during the inauguration gala last January. It is precisely this dress, designed especially for her, to which she will soon have to say goodbye thanks to a tradition that dates back to 1912.
It turns out that the suit will become part of the First Ladies exhibition at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, as has happened with the dresses worn that night by the women who have occupied this privileged position since that date.
"Mrs. Trump has had a passion for design from an early age and had a precise idea of what she wanted to wear that night," Stephanie Grisham, director of communications for Melania, told CNN. "She is honored to be able to donate this couture piece to such an iconic display at the Smithsonian."
The first lady will be at the presentation of the dress at the National Museum of American History in Washington, DC, next Friday, accompanied by the costume designer and by her press position.
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