Tiffany Trump makes an impressive NYFW debut in the catwalk collection of her favorite designer Taoray Wang
- Tiffany Trump, 24, smiled at Taoray Wang's show on Saturday in New York
- Taking a break from her rigorous studies at Georgetown Law in DC, she seemed happy to be at the event and to witness the collection first-hand
- He attended designer shows in the past and wore a dress for the presidential debate
Jessica Finn for Dailymail.com
Tiffany Trump was spotted enjoying a night at New York Fashion Week to see one of her favorite designers, Taoray Wang's collection show on Saturday.
Tiffany wore a light blue tailored minidress and bare-chested shoes while sitting in the front row. Behind her strikingly is a bald Secret Service agent who surveyed the crowd at the lavish event.
The 24-year-old clearly seemed to be enjoying a break from her studies at Georgetown Law in DC, and it was all smiles sitting in the front row to see the collection first-hand.
This is not Tiffany's first foray into the fashion shows of Taoray Wang's fashion week. Last year she was seen with her now ex-boyfriend Ross Mechanic, along with her mother Marla Maples.
Tiffany Trump attends Taoray Wang Front Row during New York Fashion Week: The Shows at Gallery II at Spring Studios on Saturday in New York
Tiffany looked stunning in a blue mini-powder dress for the appearance of the first row
The event was filled with great security for the First Daughter, with only three photographs allowed to be close to her.
Then they were taken quickly once the show started.
The Shanghai brand has long been Tiffany's favorite.
During the New York Spring Fashion Week show last year, she said: "I think Tao's aesthetic is unparalleled, she puts so much effort into the smallest detail," he told The Hollywood Reporter.
Wang said the first daughter has been a "supporter since well before the election," and has ordered pieces before attending Wang's show in 2016.
Tiffany was dressed in Wang's designs during one of the presidential debates. His interest in the designer generated criticism due to Donald Trump's comments against China.
The blonde said something about politics and her father.
Tiffany seemed happy to be away from her studies at Georgetown Law in her hometown of New York
She added: "We talk a lot and I think that now she really knows my style, so we work together."
During the previous shows, Tiffany was a less than welcome addition to the fashion circuit, considering that the designers of 2017 did politically sartorial statements about the president.
Calvin Klein played This is Not America and a Mexican immigrant designer, Raúl Solís, 32 sent a model with & # 39; f *** your wall & # 39; down the catwalk in a clear message to President Trump.