Family fashion dynasties are ruling the modeling world right now — Cindy Crawford and her mini-me Kaia Gerber, Kendall Jenner and her front-row-sitting family — and now Donald Trump’s daughter Tiffany is following in her step-sister Ivanka’s fashionable ways (Ivanka has a super-successful fashion company, Ivanka Trump collections) by modeling in her first ever runway show during New York Fashion Week.
On Sunday, the 22-year-old college student helped out her good friend, Just Drew designer Andrew Warren, modeling a navy double-breasted blazer and tights in the brand’s fall 2016 presentation.
She also helped present the fall collection in a campaign editorial and has been featured in the brand’s advertising videos in the past. To support her NYFW modeling debut, mom Marla Maples and NSYNC member Lance Bass were front and center to cheer her on.
Although her parents divorced in 1999, Tiffany told People they are both her top supporters saying, “I’m blessed to have a dad who’s always there for me and a mom who’s always there for me and they’re on good terms.”
As for her catwalk technique, we have a feeling she may have had some pointers from her sister. “Ivanka always helped me whenever I needed her to,” Tiffany explained. “With internships and advice on life, from girly situations to education and everything.”
Whenever asked about her father’s 2016 presidential campaign, Tiffany is nothing but hopeful and optimistic. In her interview with Barbara Walters for 20/20 she explained, “He’s true to himself. He speaks in a way that the average person can understand. I think that’s refreshing for everyone.”