If there was one thing that Melania Trump seemed careful during her time in the White House, it was the role that fashion played in defining her image. Her personal style – strong shoulders, narrow waist, stilettos – was more comprehensively conceived than her signature platform, “Be Best”. She was not a first lady fully committed to selecting her dresses with an eye on kindness and diplomacy. It was just as likely that he would wear the Italian brand Dolce & Gabbana for a turkey he pardoned at the White House as he would wear the suit of British designer Stella McCartney during an official visit to Saudi Arabia. And, of course, he was wearing that coat. I don’t really care, do I? Fashion wasn’t a tool for good, but it was what she claimed as hers nonetheless.