Hervé Pierre, Melania Trump’s former stylist, told a recent report that he was paid $60,000 in four installments by the Save America PAC for “strategy consulting,” a dubious job he confirmed was unrelated to his official fashion duties. WWD.
Pierre said the $60,000 was unrelated to Trump’s work while in office. He also said that the money is not related to his fashion career.
Pierre occasionally consults with the former first lady about her fashion choices. WWD He reported. But this accounts for about 5 percent of her work, he said.
“Like any first lady, there’s life after the White House, which includes many aspects other than fashion. I’ve been fortunate enough to work in prestigious houses, design [costumes] For ballets and recently to work in home decoration. There are many upcoming projects after this White House. [stage.]”
Pierre added, “It’s a great honor for me, and it’s very creative to have my input on some projects. He did not comment on whether the presidential library was among those projects.
“It’s just another job for him now,” says Pierre, “in general, it’s not so much about fashion anymore.”, Like me [have] He closed our atelier.
In his statement WWDMelania Trump’s office said: “Mr. Pierre is a world-renowned artist. His work is not limited to fashion design but extends to many different fields. His skills are used for special projects and events.
During Trump’s presidency, there have been several occasions where Melania Trump’s clothing choices have made headlines around the world.
In general, Mrs. Trump chose elegant European and American designers who lent an air of cool sophistication, but her most famous look by far was the “I don’t care, do I?” It was saying. In the year The Zara jacket she wore while visiting the New Hope Children’s Shelter in McAllen, Texas in 2018.
As stated by WWDThe FEC does not allow “candidate committees established to raise money for a candidate to spend money on personal items, including clothing.”
Although Mrs. Trump supports designers such as Dior and Calvin Klein, the former president is a fan of Brooks Brothers and Brioni; The latter brand’s suits have off-the-shelf prices starting at $5,000.
“The first lady’s next stylist is going to jump into a situation – I don’t want to say James Bond-like – but it’s very mysterious and mysterious,” Pierre said. WWD last year.