Ivanka Trump STUNS in tight blue dress as she tours intriguing Pittsburgh space facility
Ivanka Trump, 36, was in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this afternoon touring the famous Astrobotic Technology facility.
The facility develops space robotics technology for journeys to planets and into space, working with companies such as NASA.
Ivanka was shown around the facility by Astrobiotic Technology CEO John Thornton, where she even tries out a pen that projects an image of the Moon
Visiting its mammoth and intriguing facility, Ivanka stunned in a blue, tight-fitted pencil dress.
Reflecting the subject of the visit, the dress featured an unusual, exciting, geometric pattern.
The dress came to just below her knees, showing off her long, tanned legs.
Featuring a high neck, the dress was nipped in at the waist, highlighting the 5”11’s model-like figure.
The dress featured an unusual pattern, black and white upside-down triangles in black and white.
Standing out from the sea of black, white and grey, Ivanka’s dress was an eye-catching shade of electric blue.
Making her feet pop, she wore a bold pair of white, pointed-toe stiletto heels, which complemented her tanned skin tone.
She wore her long blonde hair loose and down, framing her beaming face.
Her makeup was mostly natural, apart from a dark, bold smokey eye which made the triangles on her dress pop.
During the tour, Ivanka also visited a mock-up of the International Space Station and examined a solar panel.
Ivanka holds the title of senior advisor to the president of the United States, a position which sees her travelling across the US to attend political engagements on behalf of her father and the Trump administration.
But long before Ivanka’s focus on politics, she had a successful and thriving career as a model.
Ivanka began her modelling career during her teenage years, where she got into modelling “on weekends and holidays and absolutely not during the school year,” according to her mother, Ivana Trump.
It is reported that Donald Trump had a long-standing relationship with Elite Model Management, securing Ivanka a modelling contract.
During and following her school years, she featured in print advertisements for Tommy Hilfiger and Sasson Jeans, along with walking in runways around the world.
Her catwalk days saw her don the most unusual hairstyles and couture outfits, a far cry for her demure, businesslike style today.
In 2007, she even appeared on the cover of now-defunct men’s magazine Stuff, alongside the headline “the world’s sexiest boss!”
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Ivanka is not, in fact, her real name. She actually shares her mother’s name Ivana.
Explaining why she is known as Ivanka in a 2010 tweet, she said: “In Czech, Ivanka is the baby name for Ivana, like Bobby is to Robert.”
Ivanka was well known to the American public before her father became President thanks to appearances on TV.
She made short cameos on Project Runway and Gossip Girl, as well as becoming a primary boardroom member on The Apprentice with Donald.
Ivanka married Jared Kushner on 25 October 2009 at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, after a three-month engagement.
Barron Trump served as ring bearer, as Ivanka wore a custom Vera Wang gown accessorised with diamonds from her fine jewellery collection.
Ivanka was raised as a Presbyterian Christian, but converted to Judaism to allow her to marry Jared Kushner.
Ivanka studied with Elie Weinstock from the Modern Orthodox Ramaz School, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City.
She now keeps kosher and observes the Jewish Sabbath. Ivanka said in the February 2015 edition of Vogue: “We’re pretty observant… It’s been such a great life decision for me… I really find that with Judaism, it creates an amazing blueprint for family connectivity.
“From Friday to Saturday we don’t do anything but hang out with one another. We don’t make phone calls.”
Ivanka ran a fashion line for 11 years, only recently closing it down. She also had a fine jewellery store which closed in March 2017.
Ivanka now focuses on her role as an advisor to the President, Donald Trump.