Ivanka Trump Women’s Kayden4 Dress Pump, Blue, 9 M US
Ivanka Trump Women's Kayden4 Dress Pump, Blue, 9 M US
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Crisp, clean lines. timeless. classic. elegant. the hallmarks of the ivanka trump footwear collection are shared with their namesake designer. launched in spring 2011, the collection is reflective of ms. trump's own personal aesthetic, and features clean, polished, and feminine styles. signature silhouettes include classically proportioned pumps, casual sandals and boots, and embellished evening styles. as part of ms. trump's comprehensive lifestyle approach to branding, the collection includes bridal, career, weekend, and red-carpet styles. the clean elegance of the brand appeals to women of all ages, with diverse backgrounds, careers, and incomes.
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