Ivanka Trump is an advisor to the president of the United States, Donald Trump. She is the daughter of the president and his first wife, former model Ivana Trump.
Best known for working as the executive vice president of development & acquisitions at the trump organization.
Age: 31 years and 8 months
Sun Sign Scorpio
Education: Ivanka attended The Chapin School in New York. She graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut. Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (2004
Occupation: Former model, businesswoman, writer, heiress
Manager: Ivanka is signed with The Trump Organization.
She’s tall with killer legs at 1.8m (5′ 11”). She has beautiful blonde hair.
Eye Color: Light Brown
Hair Color Blonde
Measurements: 38-26-36 in or 96.5-66-91.5 cm
Bra Size 34D
Ivanka Trump attended The Chapin School in New York. She graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut.
Former model, businesswoman, writer, heiress
Father – Donald Trump (American business magnate and president of Unites States)
Mother – Ivana Trump (Model, socialite, athlete)
Siblings – Donald Trump, Jr. (Older Brother), Eric Trump (Younger Brother), Tiffany Trump (Younger Half-Sister), Barron Trump (Younger Half-Brother)
Ivanka Trump is signed with The Trump Organization.
Ivanka Trump, daughter of president elect Donald Trump, has had quite the life of her own, both professionally and personally. No stranger to the fashion world, Ivanka began modeling in her early teens, appearing everywhere from the cover of Seventeen to the Versace runway.
Since then, Ivanka’s displayed a remarkable transformation from heiress to fashion designer, businesswoman, wife, and mother and two-time published author. No matter what you might think of her father, there’s no denying that Ivanka Trump has both the fashion and business sense to carry her far in her own right.
From boarding school to modeling
When Ivanka was 15 years old, she transferred from the Chapin day school in NYC to Choate Rosemary Hall, a boarding school in Wallingford, CT. The change wasn’t easy. “I was all of a sudden in the prison of boarding-school life, and all my friends in New York were having fun,” she told Marie Claire. She started modeling shortly after she transferred to Choate, but she told Town and Country, “I had no interest in being a model. I just wanted to get the hell out of Wallingford.”
Life as a runway and cover model
Ivanka Trump signed with Elite Model Management and the then-dirty blonde 14-year old sprang into the modeling world. Her father told VH1, “She walks into a room and everybody just falls off their seats. I mean, she’s really special.” Her early career included a spread in Elle and Tommy Hilfiger ads, before landing the cover of Seventeen in 1997.
Ivanka Trump modeling career didn’t stop at magazines. She walked runway fashion shows and co-hosted the Miss Teen USA pageant in 1997. Even though her modeling career was hot, she wasn’t ready to make a long term career out of it. In fact, she went on to further her studies.
She ditched the modeling world to attend college
Despite a successful modeling career, Ivanka Trump was destined for a different path. She told Marie Claire that modeling was never her “endgame.” She began her college career at Georgetown University where she studied for two years.
Ivanka Trump junior year she transferred to the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania from which she graduated summa cum laude with a degree in economics in 2004. Even during college she was doing speaking engagements, like in 2003 (in the above photo) when she spoke at the Television Critics Association to promote the film Born Rich, in which she starred.
Venturing into the business world
After graduation, Ivanka began working under Bruce Ratner at Forest City Enterprises as a project manager. This was her first professional introduction to working in real estate, despite her personal connection to the business through her father. It was important to her to prove that she had the chops for the business. She has said, that succeeding there “meant that I could move on to the Trump Organization knowing I have something to offer beyond my last name.”
Ivanka Trump worked at Forest City Enterprises only briefly, joining her father’s business, The Trump Organization, in 2005. Just two years later in 2007 she founded founded Trump Hotels with her brothers. According to The Trump Organization, the company is now regarded as one of the fastest growing and leading hotel management companies in the industry.
Ivanka Trump style tips for women at work
Alongside her brothers Donald Jr. and Eric, an older Ivanka ditches the sassy teenage ensembles for a more practical look at a press conference for her father’s Chicago Trump Tower. By now she’s proven her ability to look flawless on all occasions, whether for work or play.
As she told ForbesWoman Facebook followers in 2010, “my top three style tips for women at work are context, modesty and femininity,” all of which she nails here.
Even her wedding dress was modest and classic
While Ivanka was raised Presbyterian, she made the decision to convert to Orthodox Judaism after studying for over a year. She then married her husband, businessman Jared Kushner, in a Jewish ceremony in 2009.
She wore a custom Vera Wang gown as well as earrings and other jewels from her own jewelry line. Ivanka described to Brides how she imagined herself as a bride, saying, “I would say I am a traditional/classic bride. This style is translated in my dress and jewelry choice,” and that she prioritizes “comfort” above all else. On designing the dress, Vera Wang told The New York Times, “she was actually very much about being covered and I seized on the chance to do a dress that wasn’t naked and very Hollywood.”
Pregnancy didn’t hold her back
In 2011, Ivanka Trump was pregnant with her first child with husband Jared Kushner. Despite her growing belly, Ivanka stayed true to her signature feminine style, while still working hard as a businesswoman. Forbes described her as the “world’s hardest working extremely pregnant heiress” when it was discovered she was working right up through her due date.
On maternity style in general, Ivanka Trump told The Wall Street Journal, “you spend the better part of your youth experimenting and trying to find a style that fits your body type, and all that gets thrown out the window.” For those looking to duplicate her style, she adds, “maternity wear really makes you look much more pregnant than non-maternity wear,” so you should stick to pieces like skirts and dress (like this white one she wore to the Celebrity Apprentice season four finale at Trump SoHo) that “are quite easy to adapt.”
She returned to fashion, with a side of business
Although Ivanka had left the modeling world behind, she wasn’t quite ready to abandon her ties to fashion altogether. In 2007 she joined forces with a diamond vendor to create Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry, a line of diamond and gold jewelry “for women buying for themselves”. Just a few years later she expanded the line to include shoes and handbags for working women. The line has since grown even further to include apparel, accessories, home accents, fragrance and sunglasses.
Her history with the Clintons
Ivanka Trump has said that, like many millennials, she doesn’t consider herself categorically Republican or a Democrat. In 2007, she donated $1,000 to the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. While this may seem surprising given Clinton’s run against her father in the 2016 presidential election, it’s not once you know that Ivanka is friends with Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea.
In fact, Chelsea told Vogue that Ivanka sometimes reminds her of her father, Bill Clinton: “She’s always aware of everyone around her and ensuring that everyone is enjoying the moment,” she said. “It’s an awareness that in some ways reminds me of my dad, and his ability to increase the joy of the room.”
Adding author to her resumé
In 2009, Ivanka published her first book The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life in which she describes her childhood as the daughter of Donald and Ivana Trump, and her rise to become a vice president in the Trump Organization.
In it, she shares her recipes for success, tips on interviewing, and advice from many top female leaders like Arianna Huffington, Cathie Black and Tory Burch. The book became a New York Times bestseller, landing at number 13 within the Hardcover Advice & Misc category. She has since penned a second book, Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success, which is set to be published in March 2017.
She continued to evolve politically
Continuing her trend of not being categorically Republican or Democrat, Ivanka endorsed Mitt Romney for president in 2012 after having endorsed Hillary Clinton during the previous election. “I think he’s got great business intelligence, which is extremely important.” She said of Romney during a segment on FOX News in March of that year. “He strikes me as a very solid person who can handle the enormous pressures of the office.”
Then, just a year later in 2013, Ivanka and her husband hosted a fundraiser for Democrat Cory Booker’s U.S. Senate campaign and bundled contributions of more than $40,000. Based on her history, it seems like Ivanka may be one of the people you can believe when she says she is neither completely Republican nor Democrat.
Recognition for career and style
In 2007, the same year she launched the Ivanka Trump brand, Ivanka found herself on the Maxim Hot 100 list, showing the world that a business woman can be both wildly successful and sexy. Then, in 2012, she received the Joseph Wharton Young Leadership Award “for being a Wharton alumnus who, early in her career, has demonstrated great potential for leadership and lasting impact.”
2016 presidential election
From 2013 to 2015, Ivanka primarily received recognition from within her industries, mostly staying out of the limelight. Then her father, Donald Trump, announced his run for president. She has stood up for her dad about his remarks on immigration and the way he treats and feels about women.
Ivanka Trump also served as the face of the campaign’s outreach to women, saying at her father’s party nomination that he “understands the needs of a modern workforce” and is committed to changing “outdated labor laws” to support women and children. She also spoke out about her father’s 2005 comments about groping women saying that he recognized the language was crude and apologized. Some questioned Ivanka’s support of her dad given her history of calling herself a “huge advocate for women and women’s issues.” She responded by vowing to be an advocate for women and Israel in her role in her father’s presidency.
The future of Ivanka’s brand
During and after the 2016 presidential election, women began calling for a boycott of all Trump-affiliated products, including Ivanka’s brand, and a full boycott of stores who continued to sell her brand. When asked about the boycott on Good Morning America, Ivanka said “People who are seeking to politicize it because they disagree with the politics of my father — there’s nothing I can do to change that.”
Ivanka Trump went on to add “The beauty of America is people can do what they like, but I’d prefer to talk to the millions, tens of millions of American women who are inspired by the brand and the message that I’ve created.” While the Trump name may, to many, be in conflict with the “mercantile feminism” Ivanka’s brand represents, she doesn’t seem too worried about the future of her brand.
Ivanka today and in the future
Over the years Ivanka has added model, fashion designer, businesswoman, wife, and mother to her resumé while continuing to make fashion a priority, even on her dad’s campaign trail. She introduced her father as Republican presidential candidate in a $138 dress from her own fashion line, which shouldn’t come as a surprise — after all, she told Teen Vogue, “in working on my collection, I really designed only things that I personally would love to wear.”
Ivanka Trump friendships, ambitions, and personal beliefs have evolved just as her style has, but Ivanka’s mark on the fashion and business industry is timeless. Who knows what Ivanka will do next, but now that she’s house hunting in Washington D.C., we’re guaranteed to hear more about her over the next four years.
Ivanka Trump works with a celebrity fitness trainer and also works on her own throughout the week. She is a yoga lover and goes to spinning classes.
She likes to do abs workout and use the exercise apps to gain more knowledge of her entire workout session.
She looked skinny just after four months of giving birth to her second child Joseph in 2013. She ate primarily lean proteins like salmon, homemade vegetable soups, etc.
She drinks 4 to 5 cups of coffee a day.
First TV Show
In 2006, she appeared in reality TV show The Apprentice as boardroom advisor / judge. She was cast to fill the position of Carolyn Kepcher for five episodes.
Ivanka Trump Favorite Things
Beauty Products – Kate Somerville Ultimate Kate Facial, Tammy Fender signature facial
Ivanka Trump Facts
Her parents divorced, when she was about 10 years old (in 1991).
In 1997, she graced the cover page of Seventeen magazine. It was her first magazine cover.
As a businesswoman, she launched her own jewelry line in 2007, handbag line in 2010, and footwear collection in 2011.
She has also written a book titled “The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life”, published in October 2009.
She enjoys playing golf, tennis, and skiing.
In 2007, she was voted #83 on Maxim Magazine‘s Hot 100 list.
She has hosted the Miss Teen USA Pageant 1997.