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Feb. 28, 2018, 5:03 PM

Hope HicksHope Hicks is reportedly treated as a member of President Donald Trump's family. AP Images

  • The White House communications director, Hope Hicks, is one of the
  • Hicks' fashion evolution over the past year reveals her ability to evolve to maintain Trump's support in a White House plagued by controversy, as she moves from echoing Ivanka Trump's style to imitating Melania Trump.
  • On Thursday, the White House confirmed that Hicks is

has ivanka trump dresses 2018 become one of the most powerful figures in American politics. Now, she's the White House.

Hicks will resign from her position as communications director in the coming weeks, the White House

On Tuesday, Hicks testified before the House Intelligence Committee on the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Hicks could be as one of — and as one of the few people involved in Trump's campaign who has still been working in the White House.

Unlike many in the often bombastic Trump administration, Hicks rarely speaks to the media on the record. However, as a former model with experience in fashion PR, Hicks knows how to make a statement with her appearance without saying a word.

Here's a look at how Hicks' public presentation has changed — and how it could reveal how the communications director made herself invaluable to the White House.


Hope Hicks began working for Ivanka Trump's fashion brand in 2014, four years after she graduated from Southern Methodist University.

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"Hicks grew close to Ivanka and began dressing like the heiress, who seemed worthy of the emulation," GQ reported. "Ivanka was that rare female corporate leader who is also kind to other women, and she affected an air of competence that seemed to temper the boorishness of the Trump brand."

Hicks at a campaign rally in November 2016.



When Hicks began working on Donald Trump's presidential campaign, she mimicked Ivanka's accessible style — lots of business-casual dresses in pale shades or florals, with heels and long, straight hair.

Hicks with David Bossie, the deputy Trump campaign manager, left, and Stephen Miller, a senior adviser, at Mar-a-Lago in December 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson


As Ivanka campaigned for her father, her role was to convince Americans — especially more progressive ones — that he was a worthwhile political pick.

Ivanka speaking at the Republican National Convention in July 2016.


As she continues to attempt to win over skeptics, Ivanka has donned primarily accessible styles that most Americans could buy or replicate, including her own line and fast-fashion brands like Zara.

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump. Joshua Roberts/Reuters


Hicks seemed prepared to fulfill the same role behind the scenes. The president, early advisers like Corey Lewandowski and Roger Stone, and some supporters are known for their over-the-top antics.

Hicks and Trump. REUTERS/Mike Segar


Hicks is especially deferential to the president, calling him only "sir" or "Mr. Trump."

AP Photo/ Evan Vucci


The only public crack in Hicks' facade was a public screaming match with Lewandowski in May 2016. However, even after being fired from the campaign, Lewandowski described Hicks as "smart and private, with a nearly photographic memory."

Hicks and Lewandowski in May 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst


While Hicks rarely gives interviews on the record, her polished, Ivanka-inspired fashion tells a story of its own. She fashioned herself as a reasonable outlier in the bombastic and scandal-prone Trump campaign and administration.

REUTERS/Carlo Allegri


The first daughter and Kushner have also dealt with legal problems. Late last year, federal investigators began looking into Kushner's meetings with foreign leaders, as well as whether he played a role in convincing the president to fire James Comey as FBI director.

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik


"As telling, with his daughter and son-in-law sidelined by their legal problems, Hope Hicks, Trump's 29-year-old personal aide and confidant, became, practically speaking, his most powerful White House advisor," Wolff wrote in a recent column based on reporting from his book.

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Over the same period, Hicks has apparently stopped taking fashion cues from Ivanka — and moved on to Melania Trump.

Andrew Harnik/AP Images


So it shouldn't be that surprising that Hicks' new wardrobe is filled with Melania-inspired, high-fashion looks. The first lady's fashion sense is sleeker than Ivanka's, with more makeup and sharper angles.

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While many in the White House reportedly get swept up in power struggles within the administration, Hicks appears to have stayed in most staffers' good graces. Most importantly, Trump continues to vocally support Hicks.

Hicks and counselor Kellyanne Conway stand by as President Donald Trump speaks to reporters in the Oval Office on February 9, 2018.


As other members of the Trump administration fell by the wayside, Hicks rose through the ranks. She knows how to evolve to stay in the good graces of the president — and right now, that looks like trying to copy Melania, not Ivanka.

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