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All eyes were on Melania Trump as she joined her husband at the early Fourth of July celebration at Mount Rushmore – but perhaps not for the reasons she hoped for.
As President Trump took the stage in South Dakota to deliver a rallying speech to the 7,500 attendees for Independence Day, Twitter users fixated on the First Lady’s eye-catching Alexander McQueen dress.
The article goes on to state the following:
Several people declared on Twitter that the $2,485 Alexander McQueen looked as if Trump scribbled on the fabric with marker.
Ok. Melania’s dress! It means something. It’s not just you random design. Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/O47IgDuWYB
— jennifer robinson (@jennife88016240) July 4, 2020
Looks like Donald took his Sharpie to Melania’s dress. pic.twitter.com/vafal1tjK4
— Devin Duke (@sirDukeDevin) July 4, 2020
According to Papermag.com, the artwork came from drawings by design students at Central Saint Martins.
From Papermag.com: Alexander McQueen enlisted their help to contribute in the making of its Spring 2020 collection.
Worn by British model Stella Tennant, Look 10 consisted of a white sleeveless midi dress featuring abstract line drawings of “dancing girls” that were done by the aforementioned students. (All of their names were credited in the show notes.)
Alexander McQueen gave PAPER a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this dress. The students’ dancing girl sketches were done on long white sheets during a life-drawing class led by fashion illustrator Julie Verhoeven at the brand’s flagship store in London.
The design has a nice IRL story, though. About the Alexander McQueen design on Melania’s dress: https://t.co/xSUY2kClwe
— Atlas G. (@srsrubin) July 4, 2020
Oh, I like this one better. As usual, our ravishingly beautiful First Lady Melania stuns in her gorgeous dress. Trump ain’t lookin bad either. Lol pic.twitter.com/BI3BvzFzQH
— Raymond Charron (@charron_raymond) July 4, 2020
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