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And it doesn’t seem out of character for Melania, the wife of a billionaire, to say: "Who needs you people?

I’ll walk to Bergdorf’s and buy whatever I want."But think of the frenzy that could ensue if she walks into the first Inaugural Ball in an off-the-rack Ford or Theallet gown.

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8 proved a conundrum for the fashion industry — one that's more challenging than a debate about the politically correct price-point for a first lady’s dresses.

Designers enjoyed an almost unprecedented golden age with Michelle Obama, who used her garments to convey the importance of the American industry and young talents who are giving it new life.

Melania Trump wore a sleeveless black cocktail dress with lace bodice and hem to the Feb.

11 dinner with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie Abe at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach.

First daughter Ivanka Trump also attended the invitation-only lunch for about 50 women in the State Dining Room.

They sat at tables adorned with floral centerpieces of pharaoh tulips and sweet pea flowers in shades of purple. Trump wore a fitted, sleeveless black dress to the event. 26, 2017, the first lady played hostest at the Trumps' first White House formal event, the annual Governors Ball for the nation's governors.

But a first lady doesn’t to be dressed by a designer — it’s largely based on tradition, and is similar to the relationship between designers and actresses.

Designers and fashion houses almost always loan dresses to stars they want seen wearing their creations.

Melania looked smashing, as usual, in a form-fitting black sleeveless gown, according to the pool report.

The White House did not respond to inquiries about the identity of the designer and no one came forward, though most designers may have been more focused on stars parading the Oscars red carpet.

Jackie Kennedy and Nancy Reagan had favorite designers who acted like in-house couturiers.