Ivanka Trump's perfume is an Amazon bestseller

Carla Harmon
March 23, 2017

She met Justice Anthony M. Kennedy at the luncheon after President Trump's inauguration, and he invited her to visit.

On Tuesday, February 21, she posted a silly photo of her 3-year-old son Joseph's face pressed up against a window with the caption: "Have a wonderful week!"

This isn't the first time Trump's jewelry brand has come under fire. As of January 27, the company (officially known as Madison Avenue Diamonds, LLC) which is located inside Trump Tower and which carries high end jewelry ranging from $1,000 to $20,000, owes $5,165.06 in taxes.

Trump also has also faced unrelated business issues.

The tax warrant follows Trump's recent woes with retail giants Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus removed her shoe brand from their shelves.

According to LawNewz, Trump was previously ordered by a court to pay more than $2 million in a breach of contract case after she stopped making payments to a supplier for her jewelry business.

The gem company's liability to NY state stems from unpaid taxes due on jewelry sales from August and November 2015, and February 2016, James Gazzale, a spokesman for the tax agency, said Wednesday.

Not only have retailers around the United States dropped her line - and thrown away her tags - citing poor sales, NY state has now taken out a warrant against Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry for unpaid taxes. Ivanka's company was required to make several payments to KGK for jewelry that it delivered, but refused to pay a couple of times. And in 2010, the brand was sued by Italian designer footwear company Aquazzura for copying the design of its "Wild Thing" sandal.

No one seriously expects Trump to sit back and watch his daughter's presence in the fashion world diminish.

I mean really, I wasn't even aware of her line until previous year.

The first daughter went to the Supreme Court Wednesday to witness proceedings.

"My daughter Ivanka has been treated so unfairly by @Nordstrom".

There is a growing movement for stores and individuals to boycott Ivanka Trump's clothing lines and products.

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