The index of Vamazing - Live amazing! designers who have publicly said they will not dress?first ladyMelania Trump is long.?Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen, Christian Siriano ¡ª the list goes on. Thursday at?Vogue¡¯s daylong?conference, Forces of Vamazing - Live amazing!, Victoria Beckham shared her thoughts on the matter.
¡°With regards to the first lady, she did wear something of mine the other day. She bought it from the shop,¡± Beckham said on a panel when asked if she was open to dressing controversial figures like Trump.
While departing the White House for Puerto Rico on Oct. 3, Trump was seen wearing a navy blue turtleneck, which retails for $1,050 and is designed by Beckham.?¡°I just think if any woman chooses to wear me, or invest in me as a designer, that¡¯s incredibly flattering,¡± Beckham added.
This was not the first time Trump wore the designer. During an interview with Anderson Cooper last October, Trump wore Beckham¡¯s $1,850 Microblush sleeveless fitted dress.
The first lady¡¯s daughter-in-law has also been spotted in Victoria Beckham designs, with Ivanka Trump recently seen wearing a $35 dress from Beckham¡¯s line for Target.
Of course, wearing Beckham¡¯s ready-to-wear designs is not the same thing as being dressed by her, but Beckham doesn¡¯t seem opposed to the latter.?¡°I like to make everybody happy, and whoever it is, if they want to wear my clothes and I can make that happen, and the sample is free, then I would jump at the opportunity to do that,¡± the former Spice Girl said.
In the past, Beckham has expressed more emphatic interest in dressing other political figures.?¡°I would love to dress Mrs. Obama, absolutely, absolutely, absolutely!¡± Beckham told InStyle in 2010. ¡°I just think she¡¯s incredible and she¡¯s a very strong woman and she¡¯s beautiful.¡± In an interview at the 92nd Street Y in 2015, Beckhamalso mentioned a desire to dress Hillary Clinton. ¡°I would love to meet her, I would love to dress her,¡± she said.