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Fash­ion de­signer Tom Ford says first lady-to-be Me­la­nia Trump likely won’t be wear­ing his clothes in the White House. Dur­ing an ap­pear­ance on “The View” on Wed­nes­day , Ford said he had been asked to dress Me­la­nia Trump “quite a few years ago” and de­clined be­cause “she’s not nec­es­sar­ily my im­age.” Ford says he is a Demo­crat and voted for Hil­lary Clin­ton in the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion, but added that even had Clin­ton won, she shouldn’t have worn his clothes be­cause “they’re too ex­pen­sive.” He says his clothes cost a lot to make and the pres­i­dent needs to “re­late to every­body.”

Asked if Me­la­nia Trump should wear ex­pen­sive clothes, Ford replied: “I’m go­ing to leave that to Me­la­nia.” De­signer So­phie Theal­lat wrote an open let­ter last month urg­ing col­leagues not to dress Me­la­nia Trump.

— AFP pho­tos

Mod­els present cre­ations by Pak­istani fash­ion de­sign­ers dur­ing a fash­ion show in Pe­shawar on De­cem­ber.

—AP pho­tos

In this file photo, Me­la­nia Trump, wife of Repub­li­can Pres­i­den­tial Can­di­date Don­ald Trump walks to the stage as Don­ald Trump in­tro­duces her dur­ing the open­ing day of the Repub­li­can Na­tional Con­ven­tion in Cleve­land.

In this file photo, fash­ion de­signer, writer and di­rec­tor Tom Ford at­tends the pre­miere of “Noc­tur­nal An­i­mals” in New York.

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