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[b][url=http://www.ristorantefrancesco.it/newindex]tiffany new[/url][/b] | [b][url=http://www.ristorantefrancesco.it/newindex]tiffany calgary[/url][/b] | [b][url=http://www.ristorantefrancesco.it/newindex]tiffany new[/url][/b]Inside Ivanka and Tiffany Trump’s Complicated Sister Act | Vanity Fair tiffany anInside Ivanka and Tiffany Trump’s Complicated Sister ActWhile one sister coolly leveraged her father’s favor into a business of her own—and an influential behind-the-scenes role in his campaign and transition team—the other is still finding her place in the family. Sarah Ellison profiles the soon-to-be First Daughters. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585aeb4182589080283962eb/master/w_200,c_limit/trump-first-family-02.png[/img]As Ivanka took to the campaign trail in support of her father, she wasjoined by her half-sister, Tiffany, who appears to be a willingunderstudy to the older Ivanka’s style of family influence. Tiffanylooks up to her sister. “Ivanka has such a brand and a personality andconsistency in her Instagram,” a friend of Tiffany’s told me. WhereasTiffany, who recently graduated from the University of Pennsylvania,“is jumping into this whole process with both feet. She hasn’t polishedit yet.” Not only does Ivanka give her younger sister “politicsadvice, boy advice, and sisterly advice,” the friend told me, but shealso gives advice on things like “this is the color that looks best oncamera” or, when wearing a dress, “make sure when you sit down youcross your legs.” Basically, “all the things she picked up from beingfamous.” Recently, Tiffany, who is known as Tiff to friends, took herSecret Service detail with her to Bloomingdale’s to pick up a lipstickIvanka had recommended.Ivanka is the most famous Trump, after her father. So much so that heryounger brother, Eric, who runs his own foundation, recently offered forcharity auction a coffee with Ivanka, an experience he valued at$50,000. (This auction has been called off.) Despite her willingness to commercialize most aspects of herlife, she is also the Trump who is seen as most reasonable. She has toldfriends that her father’s presidency is “so much bigger” than thefamily, and she is eager to play a role on the policy issues she caresmost about, namely child care and paid maternity leave. The issues are “not on the Republican agenda and I have to get [them] there,” she told a friend recently. The president-elect initially said that, in order toavoid conflicts of interest, his three oldest children would run hisreal-estate company. But at press time it looked likely that he wantedIvanka in Washington. A person close to her explained that she willlikely be taking a reduced role in the Trump Organization in order toseparate herself from her father’s company and limit conflicts ofinterest.As Donald Trump prepares to become the 45th president of the UnitedStates, his daughter Ivanka provides a template for his most successfulrelationship: never challenging him in public, but providing him counselbehind the scenes, and above all making him look good. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585ae85c32afd6313e4308fa/master/h_606,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-01.jpg[/img]Ivanka with her father at the Plaza hotel, 1991.[b]THE FAVORITE CHILD[/b]Ivanka with her father at the Plaza hotel, 1991.By Peter Yang.II. The BrandTiffany Trump makes a single appearance in Ivanka Trump’s first book,The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life. The scene takes placeabout eight years ago, when Tiffany, Donald Trump’s only child from hissecond marriage, sheepishly approached Ivanka, the only daughter fromhis first marriage, about a delicate matter. Because Tiffany and hermother, Marla Maples, lived in California, Tiffany grew up a continentaway from her father. She didn’t have access to him the way Ivanka andIvanka’s two brothers did—the three of them lived with their motheronly an elevator ride away from Donald Trump in Trump Tower, inManhattan. The 15-year-old Tiffany wanted to talk to Ivanka, 12 yearsher senior, about how to approach their father about somethingsensitive. Tiffany had some “relatively simple money needs” toaddress, Ivanka recalled. She did not have access to a parental creditcard, though many of her friends did. Ivanka noted that Tiffany’srequest came “not because she was spoiled” but because she was ateenager just trying to fit in with her peers at school. Tiffany’strepidation made Ivanka proud, she said, of the values that her fatherhad instilled about money in “all of his children.” Donald Trumphimself boasts about his money all the time. But the Trump children,Ivanka wrote, were not spoiled by boundless trust funds. It is one ofthe many moments in the book when Ivanka makes passing reference to herown virtue in this regard.Ivanka was sympathetic to her half-sister’s situation. While she and herbrothers, Donald junior and Eric, didn’t treat their father “as anA.T.M.,” they had been the beneficiaries of his generosity and weregiven a “special treat” from time to time. Ivanka doesn’t specify whatall those special treats were, but, to take one example, Donald Trumponce arranged for Michael Jackson to watch Ivanka dance as a young girlin The Nutcracker. “I imagine Tiffany didn’t get to enjoy the samesurprises, just by virtue of lack of proximity,” Ivanka wrote. “Allshe wanted, really, was a way to enjoy some of the privileges herfriends got to enjoy, in the same way she would have enjoyed them ifshe’d lived under our father’s roof.” Tiffany had already worked out astrategy for how to approach their father, which she shared with hersister. Ivanka tried to quiet her nerves. In the end, though, Tiffanynever had to make the ask. As Ivanka explained, “Big Sis did anend-around to save Tiffany the trouble. I didn’t tell her, ofcourse”—well, except in the book—“but I went to our father andsuggested he think about surprising Tiffany with a credit card forChristmas, with a small monthly allowance on it. Sure enough, he didjust that. Tiffany was thrilled and relieved. And so appreciative.”The ostensible lesson of this story may be that the Trump children arenot spoiled, but another interpretation is that Ivanka is the daughterwho understands her father best—the one with all the access. In thisway, we are all Tiffany Trump, reliant on Ivanka to get her father to dothe right thing.Ivanka Trump was for many years the only daughter the public knew.Tiffany, for her part, has been identified as the “forgotten” Trump,which is an odd form of fame. She showed up late on the campaign trail,after her graduation. Even then she appeared mostly under the protectivewing of her half-sister. Growing up in Calabasas, California, outside ofLos Angeles, Tiffany knew the Kardashian children, and their motherswere friends. It’s a parallel she may now relate to more than she everhas before, though it would be a mistake to conclude that it definesTiffany as a person.Full ScreenPhotos:[/b]1/16Ivanka and Tiffany Trump’s Half-Sister Act [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585af16fa6b0a7ec2adf0a06/master/h_590,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-ss03.jpg[/img]Ivanka with her father at the Plaza hotel, 1991.A ringletted, towheaded, toddler Tiffany Trump drew both of her parents’ attention in New York City.Photo: By Catherine McGann/Getty Images. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585af16feb22b16e2e5736d1/master/h_590,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-ss01.jpg[/img]Ivanka with Donald at a Beach Boys concert in Palm Beach, 1996. Ivanka with her father at the Plaza hotel, 1991.Photo: BY RON GALELLA/WIREIMAGE. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585af16fa6b0a7ec2adf0a05/master/h_590,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-ss02.jpg[/img]A six-year-old Tiffany Trump, with a cherry-red flamenco dress and gold fan, stood for a portrait at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach in 1999.Ivanka with Donald at a Beach Boys concert in Palm Beach, 1996.Photo: FROM DAVIDOFF STUDIOS/GETTY IMAGES. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585af1702fcfde736cf46242/master/h_590,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-ss04.jpg[/img]Donald and Ivanka at a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, 2016. A six-year-old Tiffany Trump, with a cherry-red flamenco dress and gold fan, stood for a portrait at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach in 1999.Photo: by Davidoff Studios/Getty Images.[b]tiffany and comp[/b][/url]t="Image"> [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585af172a6b0a7ec2adf0a0c/master/h_590,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-ss14.jpg[/img]Donald and Ivanka at a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, 2016.Photo: BY SUZANNE KREITER/THE BOSTON GLOBE/GETTY IMAGES. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585af1732fcfde736cf4624c/master/h_590,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-ss15.jpg[/img]Tiffany Trump and Ivanka Trump outside the main doors of Donald Trump’s penthouse at Trump Tower, in Manhattan, 2014.Ivanka Trump and Tiffany trade whispers across their sister-in-law, Lara, in the audience at the Republican National Convention this summer in Cleveland.Photo: Photograph by Justin Bishop. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585af174a6b0a7ec2adf0a0e/master/h_590,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-ss16.jpg[/img]Donald and Ivanka at a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, 2016. Tiffany Trump and Ivanka Trump outside the main doors of Donald Trump’s penthouse at Trump Tower, in Manhattan, 2014.Ivanka expresses warmth for Tiffany, gushing about her to People magazine. “She’s my little sister! I’ve been close to Tiffany her whole life, and I really love her,” Ivanka told the magazine. (Ivanka pointedly noted that she is not close to Tiffany’s mother, Marla Maples.) Far more than their brothers, Ivanka and Tiffany are at home with social media. Tiffany is best known as one of the so-called Rich Kids of Instagram, where she chronicles a glitzy version of life among her wealthy friends—lounging poolside in Bora Bora, jumping waves at Mar-a-Lago, dressing up for New York Fashion Week. Ivanka has mastered the art of staying in the spotlight, from her teenage appearance in the 2003 documentary Born Rich, which chronicled the lives of heirs and heiresses, to her days as a catwalk model (she is five feet eleven inches tall), an Apprentice supporting-cast member, and a perfectly coiffed mother of three with two high-powered jobs, one of which involves selling Ivanka Trump-branded clothing and accessories. The Ivanka Trump line seeks to capture a young professional woman who is looking for an “affordable luxury”—clothing that falls somewhere between J. Crew and Zara—and offers items such as an $89 metallic knit sweater, a $69 polyester floral blouse, and a $145 pair of fringed high-heel sandals. (The sandals were the subject of a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court earlier this year, when the Italian shoe manufacturer Aquazzura alleged that Ivanka’s company and her manufacturer had knocked off Aquazzura’s own popular fringed sandal, Wild Thing, which sells for $785. Ivanka’s lawyers filed papers in August denying all allegations and arguing for the suit’s dismissal.) Many people who object to Trump the father—and to the sons—feel differently about the daughters. One of them is a well-established extension of the Trump brand; the other, still emerging from what seems a plasticine pod, has a head on her shoulders. She was reportedly spotted touring Harvard Law School. SOME SISTERS SHARE CLOTHING; IVANKA TRUMP’S P.R. FIRM IS AT TIFFANY’S DISPOSAL. TwitterFor the purposes of his campaign, Donald Trump’s daughters were his most useful children. Their presence seemed to imply that the man they knew could not have been someone who once said about women (as he did) that you had to “treat ‘em like shit” in order to keep them in their place. When women lined up to accuse him of sexual harassment, Trump repeatedly asked the public to look to Ivanka, who could attest to his good character. When Tiffany graduated from college, Ivanka helped bring Tiffany into the fold, and they bonded in service of their father. Some sisters share clothing; Ivanka’s public-relations firm is at Tiffany’s disposal. On Election Day, both sisters voted for their father, along with 53 percent of white women in America.For both daughters, the Trump brand has been a defining aspect of their lives. As her parents’ marriage broke apart, Ivanka tearfully asked her mother if the divorce meant that she wouldn’t be “Ivanka Trump” anymore. Once, as a teenager, she considered getting her navel pierced. Her father called just as she was about to have it done. She elected at that moment not to go through with it—the umbilical attachment proving too strong. As she noted in The Trump Card, she had to “preserve and protect the family name and reputation, which, after all, were now my name and reputation, too.” Born into a family of some influence, Ivanka has seemed to strive to layer on a stratum of respectability as well. This posture has made her the go-to Trump for those seeking a conduit to the administration. When Nancy Pelosi called the president-elect, he handed the phone to Ivanka to talk to the House minority leader about family-leave policies. Ivanka met with Al Gore to discuss climate change before he talked to her father, and also conferred with Leonardo DiCaprio on the same subject. Her position has also opened her up to campaigns such as @DearIvanka, which uses her polished Instagram photos and juxtaposes them with pleas for her to talk some sense into her father. Each one begins with @DearIvanka, and then goes on: “I’m afraid of the swastikas spray painted on my park”; “I’ve been raped and I need to have an abortion”; “I’m an American Muslim and I was attacked on the subway.” But with Trump’s election victory, Ivanka is undeterred. “No one is more psyched about his win than she is,” a friend of hers told me.III. The FavoriteIvanka occupies the middle position between Don junior and Eric. She passed her childhood in a lavender bedroom on the 68th floor of Trump Tower, overlooking Central Park. Their mother, Ivana, was a Czech-born competitive skier who, after she married Donald, became a Manhattan socialite and joined her husband in managing various Trump properties during their 12-year marriage. Ivana and Donald were not around much when Ivanka was growing up. The children had two nannies and a bodyguard. On one occasion the children set up a lemonade stand at the family’s country house, in Greenwich, Connecticut—but having no real neighbors because the estate was so large, the kids had to make do with selling lemonade to the bodyguard and the house staff. During Ivanka’s childhood, Ivana was the C.E.O. for Trump’s Castle casino, in Atlantic City, and spent several days a week there supervising the staff. For half the year, Ivana’s Czech parents lived with the family. Ivanka learned when she was eight that her parents would be separating. The bitter divorce played out in the tabloids. A person close to Ivanka explained to me that Don junior, 12 at the time, was the child most upset with their father. The two didn’t speak for a year, and even today there’s something about the relationship that seems to have never quite recovered. While Don and Eric say that their parents’ divorce pulled the children together as siblings, Ivanka is alone in feeling that it actually brought them all closer to their father: “Not because I was taking his side, but because I could no longer take him for granted.”If she casts any blame for the pain she experienced during that period, it is aimed at the press—specifically at a tabloid reporter who was among the throng who once accosted her as she was exiting the Chapin School and making her way to a waiting car. It was the day after the infamous New York Post headline quoting Maples, Donald’s mistress and not yet his wife, describing the affair: THE BEST SEX I’VE EVER HAD! Ivanka writes that, on that day, “one idiot reporter even had the temerity to ask me if Marla Maples’s claims were true. What type of person would ask a nine-year-old girl that kind of question?” One might also ask what kind of father would put his daughter in that kind of situation. But Ivanka’s reaction—blaming the messenger—has become an instinctive one. Years later, when an interviewer asked Ivanka whether she understood the consternation in the Jewish community after her father’s campaign tweeted an accusatory picture of Hillary Clinton next to the Star of David, Ivanka shot back that she thought the outcry was “ridiculous” because her father clearly did not think that the symbol was a Star of David. (Ivanka has told friends that her father wore a yarmulke at her wedding, and that “if my father had an anti-Semitic bone in his body, I would know about it.”)Between her parents’ separation and divorce, Ivanka’s maternal grandfather, Miloš Zelníček, whom the children called Dedo, passed away. The loss weighed heavily on all of them, particularly the boys. Soon after, one of Ivanka’s nannies, Bridget Carroll, also died. “Now it was my turn to be hardest hit,” she wrote. “She’d been like a second mother to me, my closest confidant, and now it felt as if I needed her warmth and wisdom all the more.” THE TRUMP BRAND HAS BEEN A DEFINING ASPECT OF THE SISTERS’ LIVES—ALWAYS. TwitterUnderstated where her father is brash, neutral where he is flash, Ivanka appears to offer the perfect foil to Donald Trump. But she has occasionally shared his penchant for hyperbole. Ivanka attended Georgetown University for two years before transferring to her father’s alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania, where she could be spotted smoking between classes, according to former classmates. (She no longer smokes.) Both she and her father have boasted about her grade-point average. Donald Trump has said that Ivanka got straight A’s. Ivanka herself claimed in her book-jacket biography that she graduated summa cum laude, a designation that at Penn requires a G.P.A. of 3.8. In 2009, a Wall Street Journal reporter discovered that she had in fact graduated cum laude, with a G.P.A. of 3.4. While the distinction has been corrected elsewhere, it remains in error on the book jacket.She went to work for her father a year after graduating, and she has been with his company ever since, serving today as the executive vice president of development and acquisitions. In 2007 she launched a fine-jewelry brand under her own name, and she has subsequently expanded the Ivanka Trump clothing brand. She will publish a second book in March, Women Who Work, promoting a mercantile feminist lifestyle brand that is designed to update a stereotypical image of “working women” that Ivanka feels is trapped in a black pantsuit. Hillary Clinton’s “pantsuit nation” aside, it’s worth noting that, for these purposes, Ivanka’s mental map of working women excludes most of them—for instance, older women and anyone in the working class.Ivanka is 35, midway in age between her sister, Tiffany, and her father’s current wife, Melania. Everyone in the family seems to acknowledge without overt rancor that Ivanka is the favorite. Donald’s affection for her has at times veered into creepy territory. In a 2006 appearance on ABC’s The View, in a discussion of how he would react if his daughter appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine, Ivanka sat calmly next to her father as he contemplated the possibility. It would depend, he noted, “on what they put inside the magazine,” meaning whether the photos of her would simply be suggestive or if she would be entirely nude. “I don’t think Ivanka would do that inside the magazine, although she does have a very nice figure. I’ve said that if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.” Last year, in Rolling Stone, Trump mused about Ivanka: “What a beauty, that one. If I weren’t happily married, and, ya know, her father . . .”—trailing off before he could finish the thought. (Trump has said he was just making a joke.) When I asked a person close to her father what to make of these interactions, he replied, “He has a very honest relationship with his children. They know him for what they love and what they don’t particularly admire. He treats them like adults and partners and family, but he doesn’t keep secrets from them.”Ivanka married Jared Kushner, from a prominent New York-New Jersey real-estate family, at the Trump National Golf Club, in Bedminster, New Jersey, in October 2009. To do so, she converted to Orthodox Judaism under the tutelage of Rabbi Haskel Lookstein, now 83, the spiritual leader of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, a Modern Orthodox temple on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Rabbi Lookstein also served as the principal of the affiliated Ramaz School, which forms its name from the initials of its founder, Rabbi Moses Zevulun Margolies, who was known as “the RaMaZ.” Ivanka and Jared have three children, Arabella, Joseph, and Theodore, the last of whom was born during the campaign. Ivanka typically rises every morning at five so that she can exercise before her children wake up, but the election season and its aftermath have been so grueling that she temporarily gave up her workouts.This past spring, as her father was preparing for the Republican convention, Ivanka asked Rabbi Lookstein, one of the most prominent rabbis in the country, if he would deliver an opening invocation. He agreed. But when the Ramaz alumni heard that their rabbi would be appearing on a stage with Trump—a man who was openly supported by white supremacist David Duke, and who declined to publicly disavow racist and anti-Semitic supporters of his candidacy—they circulated a blistering petition to protest his participation, gathering more than 800 signatures. Rabbi Lookstein backed down. One member of the Ramaz alumni group told me that the incident isolated Ivanka in the school community. “You are dropping off your daughter at Ramaz every day,” this person said, “where the alumni association says that your father is so despicable that the rabbi’s mere presence for three minutes is too much?” Referring to the relationship between Donald and Jared, this person told me, “Oh, of course! A daughter of a misogynist with ‘Page Six’ sex scandals is joining together with a guy whose father went to jail for [entrapping] his brother-in-law with a prostitute.” Antipathy toward Jared and Ivanka is by no means universal in the Ramaz community. At the same time that one petition was circulating to keep Rabbi Lookstein off the stage, another went around urging him to go ahead, according to another member I spoke with. It did not get as much support. That member added that negative feelings about her father do not extend to Ivanka. Whatever the reality, the episode has left scars.IV. The ApprenticeThe sole offspring of Donald Trump’s relationship with Marla Maples is Tiffany Trump. Among his first discussions of Tiffany, in a radio interview with Howard Stern back in the 1990s, Trump told Stern that he had once praised Maples, who met Trump when she was 20 years old, for taking such careful precautions with birth control. When Maples, an aspiring actress not yet Trump’s wife, told him she was pregnant, he said, “What are we going to do about this?,” a statement that some commentators, including MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell, have taken as meaning that Trump was suggesting that Maples obtain an abortion. (Trump strongly denies that he meant this.) Tiffany Trump was born at 12:50 P.M. on Wednesday, October 13, 1993, at St. Mary’s Hospital, in West Palm Beach, Florida. Her mother had gone into labor more than 10 hours earlier at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort. Both her father and her maternal grandmother, Ann Ogletree, of Dalton, Georgia, were in the birthing suite with Maples for the delivery. Trump himself cut the umbilical cord. Tiffany’s name derives from that of the famous jewelry store on Fifth Avenue, adjacent to Trump Tower. Donald had bought the store’s air rights for $5 million when he was still putting together the deal to build the signature building that bears his name. Tiffany’s arrival was announced at a news conference in the lobby of the Palace Theatre, in New York, where Marla Maples had the year before played the sexy girlfriend of the wealthy showman Florenz Ziegfeld in The Will Rogers Follies. Maples has largely stayed away from show business since then, save for a recent stint as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars, where she was eliminated after four episodes. The birth of a daughter occasioned the launch of Maternity Moods, a now discontinued fashion brand at Macy’s. More recently, Maples, a longtime Kabbalist, has launched her own, “Marla Maples” lifestyle brand, dedicated to promoting a selection of products, including her own songs, a friend’s lip-gloss line, and a podcast, Awakening with Marla, which focuses on spirituality, health, environmental awareness, and personal empowerment. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585ae85d32afd6313e4308fb/master/w_900,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-02.jpg[/img]Donald and Ivanka at a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, 2016. [b]CHARACTER WITNESS[/b] Donald and Ivanka at a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, 2016. By Ron Galella/Wireimage.After Tiffany was born, Ivana Trump spoke to her children about their new half-sister. “I sat them down and told them nothing would be changing in their lives,” she told Geraldo Rivera on his show Geraldo in 1993. Two months after Tiffany’s birth, Trump and Maples were married. Donald’s children from his marriage to Ivana did not attend the ceremony. Bizarrely, the wedding seems to have been instigated by a mass shooting on the Long Island Railroad, in which a gunman killed five people. “I figured life is short—and I want to do this now,” Trump told Maples, according to the account she gave to the New York Daily News at the time. Maples said she wanted a small, traditional ceremony. The couple wed in December 1993 in the Grand Ballroom of Trump’s Plaza hotel before a thousand of their friends, including Rosie O’Donnell, Howard Stern, and O. J. Simpson. According to a contemporaneous article in the Daily News, the investor and philanthropist Ron Perelman set the tone for the event by showing up at the last minute and making only a brief appearance before calling for his car. Of the infant Tiffany, Trump told an Entertainment Tonight crew that his new daughter had his lips, but he hoped she would “grow out of that.” In another interview, in 1994, Trump told Robin Leach, host of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, “She’s got Marla’s legs. We don’t know whether or not she’s got this part yet”—he gestured toward his chest—“but time will tell.”Trump’s marriage to Maples lasted six years, three of them consumed by a lengthy divorce negotiation. Maples always described herself as a single mother to Tiffany. In California, Tiffany attended the $30,000-a-year Viewpoint School, in Calabasas. She is best known for her Instagram feed, full of pouty friends posturing poolside and at clubs. She herself tends to appear in the pictures with more makeup than seems necessary. The friends include Andrew Warren (son of a New York real-estate investor), Harry Brant and Peter Brant Jr. (sons of Stephanie Seymour and Peter Brant), Gaïa Matisse (great-great-granddaughter of Henri Matisse), and E. J. Johnson (son of Magic Johnson). Most of those friends attended Tiffany’s 21st-birthday party, in October 2014, at the Trump SoHo hotel and a club called Up & Down, in New York’s Meatpacking District.For the summer of 2011, Ivanka helped Tiffany get an internship at Vogue. Her everyday existence is less glamorous. According to friends, Tiffany is unfailingly kind. She is studious. She once arrived late for a “Rich Kids” photo shoot for Du Jour magazine because she was finishing a paper for a summer course. She has an artistic streak. She worries about her father and the hate directed toward him, as when the Mexican drug lord El Chapo purportedly tweeted to Trump: “If you keep pissing me off I’m going to make you eat your words you fucking blonde milk-shit.” Tiffany was “distraught” about that, her friend told me. “That scared her.”In 2012, Tiffany was a first-year student at the University of Pennsylvania. Her father at that moment was deep into his “birther” campaign, kicking off his rise to political prominence by alleging falsely that Barack Obama had been born not in the United States but in Kenya. It was a tough time to be a Trump. Newly arrived in Philadelphia, Tiffany was cut in the first round of rush to the all-female Tabard Society at Penn, according to two Tabard members. Tabard is a secret society that offers its members an exclusive social network. According to one, the society was fearful that the presence of a Trump might scare off the kind of presentable and connected young women that Tabard has typically attracted. (A person close to Tiffany says she was never interested in Tabard. Tiffany went on to rush at Kappa Alpha Theta and was accepted.) At Penn, Tiffany made use of the card privileges that Ivanka helped secure for her. Donald Trump provided Tiffany with a budget of $500 a month—no more, according to a friend. When she split restaurant bills, she calculated down to the penny how much she owed, the friend added. Tiffany double-majored in sociology (with a concentration in law) and urban studies. She is currently living in an apartment near Trump Tower and studying for the L.S.A.T. Her boyfriend, Ross Mechanic, a registered Democrat who voiced support for Hillary on social media, interned over the summer at Jared Kushner’s real-estate investment start-up, called Cadre. Tiffany is focused on trying to establish her own identity outside the family—one of the reasons she hopes to pursue a law degree. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585ae85d32afd6313e4308fd/master/w_900,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-04.jpg[/img]Ivanka with Donald at a Beach Boys concert in Palm Beach, 1996. [b]I GET AROUND.[/b] Ivanka with Donald at a Beach Boys concert in Palm Beach, 1996. From Davidoff Studios/Getty Images.V. The CampaignAs Donald Trump’s quest for the presidency rolled on, his three oldest children acquired growing influence, according to all of the former campaign officials I spoke with. Tiffany, still finishing her studies, was largely a non-presence until the very last weeks. At campaign meetings with Trump, in the large boardroom on the 26th floor of Trump Tower, where The Apprentice was filmed, Ivanka seemed to mostly listen, asking an occasional question. She reserved her counsel for private moments. If something came up where a difference of opinion hung in the air, “it was clear to us by their eye contact” that they would be talking about it later, one campaign official told me. Ivanka has sometimes publicly voiced objections but she has never expressed any public disapproval of her father, save for a tepid statement following the Access Hollywood video, to the effect that she found his comments—boasting that, as a famous figure, he could grab women “by the pussy” with no repercussions—“inappropriate” and “offensive,” but not reflective of Donald at all. Ivanka was deferential in meetings, and when she and her brothers ran into campaign staff, they were always respectful. One day, staffers walked into the 26th-floor conference room only to find the children looking over blueprints for a construction project. The children cleared out, apologizing for not reserving the room in advance.Ivanka has worked mostly behind the scenes, while her brothers have taken a more public role on the stump. When she did make appearances on her father’s behalf, the impact was generally positive. “She’s a better, younger, more impressive model,” Matt Mackowiak, a Texas-based Republican consultant and Bush-administration official, told me. “She is incredibly networked, and he knows that,” another former campaign official told me. “When she goes to him with an opinion, it is based on what she thinks, but it usually includes a lot of canvassing of a lot of other people who are important, so it reflects a range of thinking, not just her own.”Ivanka is friendly with people who might hesitate to spend quality time with her father, such as David Geffen. Ivanka has also carefully maintained her business interests. Despite calls for a boycott of her products, sales at her company are up, and the campaign turned out to be good for business. Sarah Warren, the editorial director of the Ivanka Trump brand, told Fast Company earlier this year, “You couldn’t pay for this visibility.” Ivanka’s natural caution has served the brand well. “If I said to you: Tell me a negative about Ivanka Trump,” says Jamie Salter, chairman and C.E.O. of Authentic Brands Group, which owns Juicy Couture, Judith Leiber, and Spyder, among others, “something she said or something she did or something that was inappropriate—I’m not talking about her father—it’s not so easy to find.”As noted, Ivanka and Jared sometimes differed with Corey Lewandowski. Lewandowski drew the particular attention of the children when, one night in May 2016, he was discovered in a heated argument on a Midtown sidewalk with campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks. The two were witnessed screaming at each other, an event that set off a series of tabloid headlines and uncomfortable scrutiny for the campaign. Trump himself quickly learned about the incident, which was laced with rumors of an affair between Hicks and Lewandowski (denied on all sides) and campaign infighting (between Lewandowski and another senior campaign staffer, Paul Manafort). In an e-mail, Lewandowski wrote that the argument with Hicks concerned “Manafort’s increased responsibility at the campaign.” The final blow came a month later, when Ivanka heard that Lewandowski was trying to plant negative stories about Kushner. Lewandowski joined CNN as a paid commentator (while still getting severance from Trump). Now he is back in good standing and expected to take on a significant administration role.Like her father, Ivanka has had no patience for criticism of the Trump campaign in any form. She abruptly ended an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine after the interviewer asked her about the specifics of her paid-maternity-leave policy, which benefits only women who have physically given birth to a child. No one else, such as an adoptive mother or father, can be included. When the interviewer, Prachi Gupta, pressed her about how many women and men would not be included under her plan, she brushed away the question. The interviewer asked her about her father’s documented comment that pregnancy was an “inconvenience” for employers. Ivanka replied, “You said he made those comments. I don’t know that he said those comments.” (A spokesman for Ivanka wrote to me in response: "The reporter knew going into the interview that it would be brief because Ivanka was speaking from backstage before the taping of Dr. Oz, and the conversation only ended when it did because the show was starting. Obviously a ten minute call in that setting isn't the ideal for deeper policy discussions and was never intended to be. Ivanka is quite well informed and ready, willing and able to have these conversations in the proper setting.")After the emergence of the Access Hollywood tape, Ivanka told her father that he had to defend himself. Apologize, yes, and say the tape did not reflect who he was—but also fight back. Ivanka’s advice is not always followed in the way she might prefer. Despite her opposition to this tactic, Trump was soon countering with stories of Bill Clinton’s alleged sexual assaults against multiple women.Ivanka has stood by her father through all of his most difficult moments. She has testified to his lack of sexism by citing her own personal experience: “I wouldn’t be the person I am . . . if he hadn’t encouraged me, emboldened me.” Her conversion to Judaism has served as a defense against the virulent racism and anti-Semitism of some Trump supporters. For Ivanka, publicly disagreeing with her father was out of the question. In her mind, to disagree with him publicly at all would make TRUMP FAMILY DISCORD the headline, something she has been trying to avoid her entire life.What she has told friends privately shows how she thinks about the value of staying on message. About the lack of disavowals by her father of hateful and odious statements by supporters, she has said that he had to balance how much he could distance himself from those supporters without drawing more attention to them. She has also said privately that she is exasperated by how her father has been tarred by a few “careless” moments (some of them in fact quite deliberate) that the media have turned into a durable narrative about his character. Ivanka and Chelsea Clinton are friends, and that friendship undoubtedly channeled Ivanka’s behavior on the campaign trail. Ivanka did not attack Hillary Clinton, and referred to her on only one occasion, obliquely, when she claimed (wrongly) that her father was the sole candidate who had a specific maternity-leave policy. According to a person familiar with the conversation, after the election, Ivanka called Chelsea to express respect for the way Chelsea conducted herself during the campaign, and to offer her support and friendship. [img]https://media.vanityfair.com/photos/585ae85d7d7270f17d85e055/master/h_606,c_limit/trump-women-sisters-03.jpg[/img]Tiffany on the runway during New York Fashion Week, 2016.[b]WORK IN PROGRESS[/b] Tiffany on the runway during New York Fashion Week, 2016. By Jacopo Raule/Getty Images.Tiffany Trump and her father’s youngest son, Barron, 10, his child with Melania, are the only Trump children not to be named to the transition team. You can argue that they are getting the better deal. Ivanka’s two older brothers have been tapped to run the Trump Organization during their father’s presidency. Ivanka appears headed to Washington to be closer to her father and the policy discussions she hopes to influence. Trump himself said the company would be put into a “blind trust,” which seems impossible because he knows both the people who will be running the company and exactly what is in it, and because a real-estate company cannot just be put into a box and allowed to sit there.Ivanka is in an exquisitely delicate position—invested in both her business and her father’s presidency. She knows that conflicts of interest are inescapable and can be both lucrative and destructive. She does not yet know where to draw the line, and on the evidence, her father does not seem persuaded that a meaningful line needs to be drawn. Donald Trump invited Ivanka, who has no security clearance, to join him in his meeting with Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe. (As reported in The New York Times, her company was finalizing a licensing deal with Sanei-International; the largest shareholder of Sanei’s parent company is the Development Bank of Japan, a bank owned by the Japanese government.) She also joined Trump’s call with Argentina’s president, Mauricio Macri, during which Trump, now president-elect, reportedly asked Macri to speed along some approvals that Trump had been waiting for on business deals. (Macri’s spokesman has denied that Trump requested help.) A person close to Ivanka describes these missteps, perhaps charitably, as part of the learning process that Trump himself is going through as he transitions from the private sector to the public sector. (This assumes that he wants to learn.) Ivanka herself is relinquishing some branding opportunities. Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry e-mailed a “style alert” to reporters shortly after Trump’s first interview as president-elect, with CBS’s 60 Minutes. The alert advertised Ivanka’s “favorite bangle” from the company’s Metropolis Collection, a $10,800 bracelet she had conspicuously worn during the show. After the incident, Ivanka instituted a new policy not to promote items she wore if she was appearing in an official capacity as First Daughter. She also separated her personal Instagram feed from that of her company, to shield both from claims that she is using her father’s presidency to enrich herself.It remains to be seen what Tiffany will do—she is a work in progress—but Ivanka is so far the only Trump child to have established a reputation for herself outside of her father’s real-estate business. Her life with Jared appears tastefully in neutrals on her Instagram feed, a jaw-dropping contrast in aesthetic sensibility to her father’s style—as if Saddam Hussein had sired Mies van der Rohe. But in the important ways, she is her father’s daughter. Enclosed in her wedding invitation was an insert for a free golf game at a Trump golf course. It is her husband, Jared Kushner, not her brothers, who is at the center of her father’s transition team. It was reported in early December that Jared and Ivanka were house-hunting in D.C., as both prepared to take on a larger though unofficial policy role in her father’s administration. [img]https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/1b/94/2e/1b942e55f10b7fedfc30b847ca02f851.jpg[/img]tiffany an Tiffany perfumes and colognes Country: United States Main activity: Jewelry Brand website: link Parent company: Chanel [img]https://fimgs.net/images/dizajneri/o.348.jpg[/img]Tiffany Logo Tiffany & Co. is an American jewelry and silverware company founded in 1837 in New York. The company’s founders are Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young, who started the company named Tiffany, Young and Ellis selling stationery items. 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