Friday, 20 January 2017

A very grave moment for Hillary before looking out on the US Capitol

Hillary Clinton bravely faced defeat after losing the presidential election as she made her appearance alongside her husband Bill at Donald Trump's inauguration.
The former Democratic nominee, who viciously fought Trump in the last election cycle, plastered on a smile in the face of the stinging defeat while Russian hacking reports continue to emerge.

Tweeting before the inauguration ceremony, Hillary wrote: "I'm here today to honor our democracy and its enduring values. I will never stop believing in our country and its future." Another blow to Hillary is that her go-to designer, Ralph Lauren, styled the new First Lady, Melania Trump.

 Melania stepped out in a Ralph Lauren baby-blue jacket and matching dress on Friday, choosing one of America's most iconic designers for Inauguration Day ceremonies.
The former fashion model's custom-designed Ralph Lauren outfit, worn with long matching gloves and stiletto shoes, had a 1960s vibe and wowed fashionistas. Womens Wear Daily said the outfit, with its mock turtle neck, triggered comparisons to the late U.S. first lady and style icon Jacqueline Kennedy.

Style-watchers agreed, posting archive photos of Kennedy in a similar blue outfit for her husband's inauguration in 1961, and giving Trump's outfit a large thumbs-up.

Melania Trump's Inauguration Day outfit had been the cause of much speculation after Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs and other leading designers said publicly they would not dress the first lady for her big day because they opposed her husband, Donald Trump. New York-born designer Lauren, however, was the designer behind Melania Trump's election night white jumpsuit.

Ironically, Lauren was also the designer of the pantsuits in many colors that became Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton's signature look.


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