The Japanese have been huge fans of Ivanka Trump‘s style.
Ivanka Trump landed in Japan on Thursday ahead of her speech on female entrepreneurship, waving at the group of photographers who had gathered at the bottom of her escalator to capture her arrival.
The first daughter, 36, touched down in Narita, east of Tokyo, where she is due to speak about women’s role in the economy during Friday’s World Assembly for Women 2017.
She made sure a member of her entourage filmed her glamorous arrival as she made her way down the escalator.
Ivanka kept her sunglasses on inside the airport, shielding her eyes after her 14-hour flight from Washington, DC.
She smiled at the cameras as she passed the photographers and continued her exit.
She also met up with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for a dinner in Tokyo on Friday, on the second and last day of her trip to Japan.
The first daughter, 36, posed for photos with Abe, 63, after giving a speech about female entrepreneurs and women’s role in the economy at the World Assembly for Women 2017 earlier in the day.
She was wearing a $1,995 pink, silk kimono-inspired dress with a black obi bow designed by Johanna Ortiz, with black pumps and her hair in beachy waves.
Liberal media outlets attacked her and claimed that her dress was too short but they were wrong again!
Absolutely correct! Ivanka always portrays herself with dignity, pride, care, and grace. She is never rude, or anyway, obnoxious or pretentious. I think she presents herself to the world as an excellent example of proper accomplishment in the USA. So, for all the degrading fools who try to put her down for appearing so outstanding for her job, their appearance is obviously as much a disgrace as their work.
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