Little Flak Dress: Dolce & Gabbana Under Fire After Praising Melania Trump's New Year's Frock
"Would you be proud to dress Eva Braun?" one commenter asked.
The little black dress Melania Trump wore on New Year’s Eve is now sparking an online firestorm against its designer.
It all started after the dress' designer, Stefano Dolce of Italian label Dolce & Gabbana, thanked her on Instagram.
Melania Trump has been a longtime supporter of the high-end company based in Milan, and the creator’s remark led to a flood of criticism.
“No! Whether she's beautiful or not, would you be proud to dress Eva Braun? So wrong,” read one comment.
The dress retails for $3,000 at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City. It's made of wool and spandex and it's adorned with bejeweled bows.
The Italian designer has fired right back at online critics, calling them "ignorant" and saying: “Please you don’t buy anymore my fashion please!!!”
It's now just 15 days until the inauguration.
The Obamas will be moving out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue just as the Trumps will be moving in. The whole process will take about six hours.
It’s organized chaos, according to former White House chief usher Stephen Rochon.
"Wallpaper sometimes has to come down, touch up painting, even flowers are changed out to the liking of the incoming first lady," he told Inside Edition.
Rochon is a U.S. Coast Guard Admiral who was appointed chief usher by President George W. Bush. He supervised the move of the Obamas into the White House on Inauguration Day in 2009.
He added: "No one wants to sleep on someone else’s mattress, even the beds have to be changed."
Cameras have caught moving vans already parked at America’s most famous address, getting ready to export one first family and import the next.
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