To dress Melania Trump or not to dress? This question remains one of the most pressing over the past two weeks. Designers express their positions one by one. While some are rebelling against the future first lady, more pragmatic representatives of the fashion industry are taking the side of the Trump couple. Marc Jacobs joined those who had already spoken, who turned out to be quite categorical: “I have no interest in dressing Melania. I have not seen Sophie Tella's letter. I'd rather focus my energies on helping those who will suffer from the election of Donald Trump. " Phillip Lim is of the same radical opinion. But Diana von Furstenberg turned out to be more flexible: “Donald Trump has been elected, and he will become our president. Melania deserves respect, like any first lady. The role of the fashion industry is to promote the ideas of beauty, exclusiveness, diversity. We should all try and become a good example for others. " Designer Tom Brown didn’t give up on the explanation: "I would be honored to dress every first lady." The “queen” of wedding fashion Vera Wang also answered the provocative question with caution: “I have not been in contact with the Trump headquarters. The First Lady must support American fashion, just like her predecessors."