If it was impossible to avoid comparing this clothes-based communication to another, more infamous message sent by another, more infamous coat (the Zara coat that former First Lady Melania Trump wore to visit migrant children at a Texas detention centre which read, ‘I really don’t care do u?’ across the back) – well, that was kind of the point.
“Oh, the love?” she told reporters. “I think that we’re bringing love from America. This is a global conference, and we are trying to bring unity across the globe. And I think it’s needed right now, that people feel a sense of unity from all the countries and feel a sense of hope after this year of the pandemic.”
A world stage for fashion rentals
When HURR Collective Founder Victoria Prew was snapped carrying an armload of garments into Downing Street last week, the fashion press took note: Could this be the first time a first lady wore rented fashion for a multi-day diplomatic event?
As expected, Carrie Johnson proceeded through G7 events in a series of rented looks, from the hot-pink Roksanda Zandra dress she wore to meet the Bidens (£1,400 retail, £107 to rent on HURR), to The Vampire’s Wife’s floral-print Festival Dress at the Eden Project (£1,150 or £72 on HURR) to the blue floral dress from Damselfly London she wore to the Saturday night beach barbecue (£295 retail, £8/day to rent from MyWardrobe HQ).