Ivanka Trump Is Shutting Down Her Clothing Brand - Lauretta Brown

Ivanka Trump Is Shutting Down Her Clothing Brand - Lauretta Brown

Ivanka Trump Is Shutting Down Her Clothing Brand - Lauretta Brown

Trump, 36, started her fashion line in 2007 with a line of jewelry and the business has since expanded to include clothes, shoes, handbags and other accessories.

Company chief Abigail Klem said previous year she had been planning her first trip to tour some of the facilities that make Ivanka Trump products, and said the company would boost oversight of the treatment of its largely female workforce.

Neil Saunders, managing director of GlobalData Retail, said the closure reflected the lack of time Trump devoted to a label seen as an extension of her personal brand, and the political challenges that the company faced.

Department stores from Nordstrom to Hudson's Bay have ceased offering Trump's products, apparently irked by the politics of the current administration.

Ivanka Trump is finally doing what she should have done when her father first got elected - and what daddy will never do. Her company has been accused in the past of using foreign workers to make its products overseas.

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Ivanka became an official White House staffer in April 2017. Ivanka had to distance herself from the company due to a conflict of interest between her companies and her position in public office.

Ivanka Trump's clothing company is shutting down and all its employees are being laid off, according to news reports. The seven-year-old label, which opened a store last year in Trump Tower, will shut down so Trump can focus on her work as an advisor in Washington D.C.to her father.

The White House has imposed tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese imports and has itemized a list of $200 billion more in goods that may face tariffs by September.

WSJ said she "grew frustrated" by these restrictions, which limited the company's growth.

Abigail Klem, president of the Ivanka Trump brand, said, "Our platform has become an indispensable resource for our loyal community of women". Questions of potentially preferential treatment were raised after China granted more than a dozen trademarks to Trump's company. "So making this decision now is the only fair outcome for my team and partners".

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