Ivanka Trump’s clothing brand is shutting down after being been dropped by retailers such as Nordstrom due to flagging sales, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.
Ms. Trump, the president’s daughter and White House senior adviser called the company’s closure “the only fair outcome for my team and partners” and said her “focus for the foreseeable future will be the work I am doing here in Washington.”
The move was made after her brand was dropped by a large number of retailers because “people are just not buying her products,” according to the report.
As noted by The Post, Ivanka Trump’s brand, its dresses, shoes and handbags, all of which were made in foreign countries such as China and Indonesia, were only being bought —in solidarity— by Trump supporters, which is a very small fraction of the market.
You can read the entire report here.