With the inauguration in only a matter of days, we've all been wondering who will be dressing the First Lady-to-be, Melania trump. Donald Trump's wife has already been the subject of many fashion designer protests who have openly refused to dress the former model like Christian Siriano, Marc Jacobs and Tom Ford. But according to WWD, American fashion designer Ralph Lauren is looking like the front runner. Even though the designer is a vocal Hilary Clinton supporter (he also dressed Hillary three times during the campaign), it seems the all-American designer has put politics aside for the love of fashion, and has been chosen to dress the Slovenian-born for both the day and night time outings.
And she must be an avid fan. Melania has previously worn Ralph Lauren during the widely-criticised Trump campaign; on the night of Donald's election she was wearing a white off-the-rack jumpsuit, and also a black jumpsuit during the third debate.
But whichever designer she chooses to wear for the swearing-in ceremony is guaranteed worldwide publicity. In 2009, 37.8 million people tuned in to see Michelle Obama's now-famous Isabel Toledo suit when her and husband Barack were sworn in. It's also an important milestone for the FLOTUS debut, as we'll be able to catch a glimpse of her presidential style. Will Trump go for a Jackie Kennedy-esque style or don a more Michelle suit-wearing vibe? Only time will tell.