Ivanka Trump to Close Fashion Brand
It’s no longer in style. The first daughter’s fashion label, started in 2014, has faced boycotts, declining sales and criticisms of political profiteering since her father assumed the presidency, and now it will shutter altogether. Ivanka resigned from the business last year after beginning work for the White House as a special counselor, but watchdog groups raised concerns that the brand received trademarks in China around the same time President Trump took a soft line toward a Chinese telecommunications company. Ivanka says she’ll now focus on her work in Washington.