Sorry, it’s just Tiffany’s wardrobe malfunction #TiffanyToNYFW — Zoya (@zingaworld) March 27, 2016
Fans booed, but Tiffany Trump was able to look past the moment during an appearance at New York Fashion Week and make an apology for cursing at them and not for losing her cool. Trump, who is the daughter of Donald Trump and Marla Maples, took the stage at NYFW: Men’s in a sheath dress by Galerie Koo and managed to win raves from critics and fans alike.
She told Vogue that she was awed by the array of new designers and stood out in a sea of dark ensembles.
I’m feeling like I could be a little one-of-a-kind in this runway show … At this point, the question is not what happens next but who survives? Who can make a sparkly red jumpsuit better than Margiela? Who can perform it better than Yeezy?
Unfortunately, there were also a few audacious fashion faux pas for Trump to address during her performance, most notably the fact that she showed off the nip slip in a see-through dress. But, by the end of the show, she’d earned a round of applause from some of the audiences’ nastiest fashion critics.
Perhaps the best line: After a few raspy and sincere compliments of the crowd, Trump snapped back with an apology of her own. “I apologize to you all,” she told the crowd. “I really want to thank you so much. And I’m a little nervous. I’m not really used to being that person out there. I don’t really do this a lot — in fact, if you’ve seen me in my other outfits you know I was a little freaked out…”
Some were visibly moved. Others seemed taken aback at the ruse.
All in all, it was a performance that managed to surprise and delight in just the right measure.
Read the full story at Vogue.
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