What You Didn't Know About Tiffany Trump's Modeling Career

Beauty and brains — these words could describe Tiffany Trump, as she graduated from Georgetown Law School and has walked the fashion runway (via Town & Country). The daughter of Marla Maples and Donald Trump may have developed a fascination with fashion due to her early exposure to New York Fashion Week — she attended her first shows when she was just a child (via Business Insider).

Tiffany would go on to score an internship at Vogue, which also likely fanned the flames of her fashion ambitions. It's worth noting Maples dabbled in modeling as well, according to Biography. Trump's other wives — Ivana and Melania — also modeled, as did her older sister, Ivanka. 

Indeed, Tiffany's big sister was signed with Elite Model Management as a young teen (via Vanity Fair). She would travel the world and walk the runways of major fashion brands like Vivienne Westwood, Jill Stuart, and Marc Bouwer. Ivanka also appeared on the cover of Seventeen magazine in 1997 (via Refinery29).

Tiffany Trump's modeling career was brief

About her experience strutting the runway, the now mom of three told Marie Claire back in 2007, "Modeling was not an endgame for me. I didn't particularly enjoy the act of it. It's as ruthless an industry as real estate — the people you meet in that business are just as fricking tough."

Given that her older sister had been there, done that — and didn't have the best experience in the world — perhaps the role modeling had for the youngest daughter of the 45th president of the United States was less about ambition, and more about charity. According to the Independent, when Tiffany made her modeling debut at New York Fashion Week in 2016, she walked the Just Drew runway as a favor to her friend, Andrew Warren, who runs the self-described contemporary womenswear brand.

And since that day, we haven't seen Tiffany walking on any runways. Instead, the 27-year-old is focusing on the next step in her life post law school graduation, with rumors swirling she may join the family business — whatever that may be now (via Vanity Fair).