First Lady Melania Trump wore a headpiece by Philip Treacy to an event commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Then, for the D-Day75 event in Portsmouth, Trump once again went with one of Meghan Markle's favorite designers for formal events: Philip Treacy, the milliner known for his fascinators. K. J. © 2019 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
Then, to an event commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day, she donned a sculptural headpiece by Philip Treacy—which was reminiscent of Markle's fascinator from last year's Trooping the Colour celebration (which also happened to be designed by Treacy).
First, the First Lady wore a cap-sleeve gown by Givenchy, also known as the Duchess of Sussex's favorite designer.
Regardless of her inspiration, the First Lady has been peppering sartorial references to the U. K. and the British royal family from the moment she touched down in London on Monday.
Like she did for her first state dinner in the U. S. , the First Lady went with a couture look for a banquet at Buckingham Palace thrown in honor of her and her husband's visit to the U. K.
The trip included a viral "cheeky wink" from Camila Parker Bowles, some back-and-forth on Meghan Markle, and tons of headline-making fashion moments from the First Family.
The First Lady landed in the U. K. on Monday wearing a printed blouse (complete with a pussybow) from Burberry, a heritage British brand.
This week Donald and Melania Trump, along with the rest of the family, traveled to the U. K. for their first state visit.
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