Ivanka Trump, 36, has had a busy few weeks representing The White House around the world, taking trips to India and Japan.
Images of the First Daughter were beamed around the world, with her outfits analysed by the fashion press.
While dining with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at a restaurant in Tokyo, Ivanka wore a striking Johanna Ortiz dress.
The pretty pink number imitated a kimono – a traditional Japanese garment.
It was made of up baby pink and cream, and featured a red flower print design.
It was then tied together at the waist with a silk black bow.
A deep V on the dress allowed Ivanka to flash some skin, and she finished off the look with a pair of black pointed stiletto heels and wavy hair.
And it seems the designer item is popular, as it has also been seen on a supermodel.
Chrissy Teigen, 32, was photographed in the dress while attending a birthday party for her mother in New York earlier this week.
But while Ivanka styled the item to show as much skin as possible, Chrissy took a different approach.
The heavily pregnant star paired it with over the knee black boots and a long wool coat worn over her shoulders.
It is not known which of the women purchased the dress first, although Ivanka wore hers way back in November – so there is every chance she inspired Chrissy to buy the item.
Ivanka does not always make such a fashion hit, and sometimes wears less than flattering outfits.
The mum-of-three attended a White House event last night in Washington wearing floor length frumpy black attire.
The top had a high sweetheart neckline and flared-out batwing sleeves which did nothing to flatter Ivanka’s slim figure.
It was paired with black trousers which were high waisted and nipped in at Ivanka’s waist, but looked uncomfortably tight.