“Somebody please take the glass away!” Social media make fun of Alexander McQueen, Melania’s unusual $ 2,400, as he exits the Mount Rushmore event
- Social media users teased First Lady Melania Trump for the dress signed on Friday
- Melania accompanied President Trump to a July 4th event in Mount Rushmore in South Dakota on Friday
- People stated that Melania’s dress, an ivory-white fabric with black splashes, looked like Trump was scrawled on it
- Alexander McQueen designed the suit for his Spring 2020 collection and asked for help from English design students in London
All eyes were on Melania Trump as she joined her husband at the start of Mount Rushmore’s July 4th celebrations – but perhaps not for the reasons she hoped.
As President Trump took the stage in South Dakota to deliver a rally speech to 7,500 attendees for Independence Day, Twitter users stuck to First Lady’s eye-catching Alexander McQueen outfit.
Several people said on Twitter that $ 2,485 Alexander McQueen looked like Trump had scribbled on the fabric with a marker.
First Lady Melania Trump (pictured) arrived at the 4th of July event in Mount Rushmore in an Alexander McQueen dress from her Spring 2020 collection
Design students from Central Saint Martins in London drew sketches during a life drawing lesson to make the illustrations
Several people said on Twitter that $ 2,485 Alexander McQueen looked like Trump had scribbled on the fabric with a marker
United States President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump pay tribute as they listen to the national anthem during the Independence Day events at Mount Rushmore National Memorial in Keystone, South Dakota, July 3
“Donald Trump was bored and drew all of Melania’s white dress with a marker on Air Force One,” wrote the user.
‘Someone please take that marker away! Now she is designing Melania’s dress, ffs’, another intervened.
Another wrote: “Melania wore a plain white dress for her evening in North Dakota and took a marker before they left Trump.”
Several Twitter users said that Melania’s dress looked like President Trump scribbling the fabric with the sharpie
A user wrote: “Melania wore a simple white dress for her evening in North Dakota and before leaving Trump she took a marker for this”
Some people used the dress to remember “Sharpiegate”, an incident in which President Trump appeared to alter a hurricane map with a sharpie
Despite the jokes, the designer dress was born after the entire McQueen staff embroidered and hand-stitched sketches on a linen fabric
Some users compared the swirling doodle drawings to the infamous “Sharpiegate” when Trump appeared to be using a large sharpie to edit an official Hurricane Dorian map in September.
“Apparently Trump tried to trace a hurricane route on Melania’s dress,” wrote one woman,
“It seems that Melania also needs #Independence from Trump,” wrote one person.
‘Now he’s gone and scribbled with sharpie all over his dress now. I thought they took away his sharpie after the hurricane accident?
“It appears that Melania also needs #IndependenceFromTrump,” said one user on Friday
The dress reminded some people of the controversial Melania “I don’t really care, do I?” coat he wore in 2018
Pictured: President Trump is holding a map of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of a previously projected path of Hurricane Dorian and what appears to be a marker on Alabama
A number of people took advantage of the opportunity to remember Melania’s other trendy styles, including the controversial “I really don’t care, do I?” jacket he wore in 2018.
She received a strong backlash on her coat because she wore an immigration facility while her husband was severely injured by his policies.
Although users have highlighted children’s doodles as a joke, Paper Magazine reports that the design was born through a collaboration between McQueen and students from Central Saint Martins in London.
Students drew sketches of “dancing girl” on a long sheet of paper during a life-drawing lesson led by fashion illustrator Julie Verhoeven.
The entire McQueen staff then hand-embroidered and stitched the sketches over a linen suit.
President Donald Trump, accompanied by first lady Melania Trump, stands during the national anthem with an overpass of the US Navy Blue Angles at Mount Rushmore National Memorial