Depspite all the efforts by leftists to boycott Ivanka Trump’s clothing line, the First Daughter’s products have hit record sales in February. The campaign, Grab Your Wallet, which advises liberal shoppers to boycott any stores with Ivanka or Donald Trump branded products is failing miserably. Since the beginning of February, they have had some of the best weeks in the history of her brand. Her items are a top performer online. Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, T.J. Maxx and Marshalls all took action against her clothing line after the election. Kellyanne Conway, A White House Advisor, urged people to go out and buy Ivanka’s products, and now there has been a sales increase of 346% in her products.
From The Hill:
[Ivanka] The mother of three announced in January that she would take a formal leave of absence from her apparel and accessories firm after her father became commander in chief, saying she would “no longer be involved with the management or operations” of the company. Klem, a registered Democrat, says she attempts to limit any chatter between herself and the company’s namesake. “I really like Ivanka. We’re business associates. We’re very close in a way. … But I want to do this with real integrity. So I feel like, while we’re not banned from speaking personally, I think it’s easier if we talk as little as possible.” Ethics counselors advised that the company cease using images of Ivanka Trump in “new promotional, advertising, or marketing materials,” according to the profile piece on Klem. The guidance apparently doesn’t impact existing marketing materials, such as the company’s website. “It’s unprecedented what this brand is dealing with,” says Klem. “We are really committed to having the brand be separate, even from [Ivanka], so certainly her dad is even more distant from that. We’re committed to doing everything we can to carve an identity for this brand that is about what the brand stands for and the core brand attributes. And so absolutely, it complicated matters.”