Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by It’s just the fashion line, silly. But there’s a lesson here for would-be celebrity style-setters nonetheless. ByVanessa Friedman July 25, 2018 So the Ivanka Trump brand is over: kaput, shutting down, soon to be no more. Really? Don’t be silly. The Ivanka Trump brand is alive and well and working in the West Wing as an special adviser to President Trump. It’s the Ivanka Trump fashion line that is closing, as announced on Tuesday by the first daughter. The one was only ever a shadow expression of the other — or rather, a homage of sorts to what she liked to wear. Which was exactly the problem. The company was based on the premise that there was a group of women who would want to buy, with hard dollars and cents, the image Ms. Trump herself was selling to the world. The one she disseminated … [Read more...] about Do You Really Think the Ivanka Trump Brand is Dead? Dream on.
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByJessica Bennett June 2, 2018 It is “arguably the most powerful negative word in the American English language,” the author Inga Muscio writes. Her book happens to be sitting on my desk, but I’ve been told we cannot print its title. . It is a word, she continues, that “is the ultimate one-syllable covert verbal weapon.” The kind that any “streetwise 6-year-old” or “passing motorist” can use against a woman. This week, the woman who was called the c-word happened to be Ivanka Trump. Samantha Bee, the late-night talk show host and satirist, displayed a photo Ms. Trump had posted on social media in which she is nuzzling her son. Contrasting that motherly image with the news of the moment, the Trump administration’s immigration policy of separating … [Read more...] about About Samantha Bee, Ivanka Trump and That Word
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByMaggie Haberman May 30, 2018 Ivanka Trump abruptly left a conference call on Tuesday about a coming fitness event after receiving questions about her company’s trademarks in China and her father’s exercise regimen. White House officials insisted that she had always been scheduled to leave. Ms. Trump and Holli M. Richmond, the director of the White House Council on Sports, Fitness and Nutrition, both hosted the call with reporters before a field day President Trump will host Wednesday at the White House. At the outset, a White House official said that Ms. Trump would take a few questions before departing for a meeting, and that Ms. Richmond would handle the rest. But the first reporter to ask a question broached the number of trademarks that China recently awarded Ms. Trump’s private, eponymous … [Read more...] about Ivanka Trump Abruptly Leaves Call After Question About China Trademarks
By Martha Ross | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: May 29, 2018 at 9:25 am | UPDATED: May 29, 2018 at 9:31 am Ivanka Trump on Tuesday vowed to “ignore the trolls” who blasted her over the weekend for posting a gauzy photo of her cuddling her two-year-old son Theodore, at the same time that widespread news reports were detailing accounts of young immigrant children being “ripped out of the arms” of their mothers at the U.S. border. Thousands flooded Ivanka Trump’s Twitter account with comments or retweeted her mother-son photo, drawing a connection between this bliss-filled image and a new Trump administration policy to deter immigration by breaking up families at the Mexican border. According to a widely disseminated MSNBC report, U.S. border agents are forcibly separating children, some younger than Theodore, from their mothers and sending them to detention centers. The White House senior advisor and mother of three was … [Read more...] about Ivanka Trump’s use of her kids on social media ignites new questions, controversy
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Day Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by BySui-Lee Wee May 28, 2018 BEIJING — China this month awarded Ivanka Trump seven new trademarks across a broad collection of businesses, including books, housewares and cushions. At around the same time, President Trump vowed to find a way to prevent a major Chinese telecommunications company from going bust, even though the company has a history of violating American limits on doing business with countries like Iran and North Korea. Coincidence? Well, probably. Still, the remarkable timing is raising familiar questions about the Trump family’s businesses and its patriarch’s status as commander in chief. Even as Mr. Trump contends with Beijing on issues like security and trade, his family and the company that bears his name are trying to make money off their brand in China’s flush and … [Read more...] about Ivanka Trump Wins China Trademarks, Then Her Father Vows to Save ZTE