Inside Melania Trump's high fashion Asia tour wardrobe - at €15k and counting
US first lady Melania Trump might only be halfway through an 11-day trip to Asia with her husband, president Donald Trump, but her tour de designer ensembles is already rather impressive.
With a well documented taste for the finer things in fashion, she is adopting a slightly more subdued style while overseas, which means she isn't wearing any €50k coats, but the numbers still add up. Arriving in Tokyo, Japan, Melania was her version of dressed down in a leaf print sundress by Borgo De Nor (€900) and nude ballet flats by Christian Louboutin (€450).
Upon arrival in Tokyo, Japan, she wraps up in a cardigan coat by Fendi and a pair of nude suede heels by Manolo Blahnik (€515).
Later in the evening, she wrapped up in a black coat dress by Herve Pierre, the French designer who made her inauguration gown and a pair of Manolo Blahnik heels, €500.
For a state dinner at Akasaka Palace in Tokyo, Japan, she chose a dramatic red Valentino dress for approximately €4,225.
On her arrival to Tokyo's Imperial Palace, where she is greeted by Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, she sticks to a modest Dior dress (€3,000) with pleated skirt and wide sleeves and a pair of velvet cerulean Manolo Blahnik heels, €500.
As she touched down in Seoul, South Korea, she wore a dramatic Delpozo coat specially designed and ordered by US department store Bergdorf Goodman for €3,535; paired with electric blue Christian Louboutin pumps (€545).
At a state dinner with South Korea's President Moon Jae-In at the presidential Blue House in Seoul, she wears a semi-sheer lace gown with embellishment.
For all the looks of her trip so far, see our gallery below: