Melania Trump makes a statement in Fendi coat to kick off tour of Asia

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Melania Trump is flawless in Fendi!

The first lady arrived in Tokyo on Sunday in a statement coat by Fendi, a leather pencil skirt by Hervé Pierre and her favorite sky-high Manolo Blahnik BB pumps. The striped appliqué coat featured autumnal-inspired hues as well as neutrals like black, white and beige. The pockets were embellished with flowers that added a glamorous touch to the virgin-alpaca-wool blend coat. 

The 47-year-old kept her brunette tresses in her signature, fuss-free blowout style, while keeping her makeup to a minimum. 

This isn't the first time the first lady has made a statement with her coat during an international trip. While in Sicily for the G7 summit, Melania donned a  "3D" $51,500 floral jacket by Dolce & Gabbana with a matching $1,630 clutch. She complemented the eccentric overcoat with a simple beige dress and equally understated pumps.

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Later in the day, while President Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe played golf on Japan's premier course, Melania and Abe's wife, Akie, paid a visit to the Mikimoto Pearl flagship store in Tokyo's glitzy Ginza shopping district. 

The two chatted while they hung out in the store's premiere VIP lounge. The first ladies then toured the shop and posed with staff during the brief visit. Melania, a former fashion model who once sold her own line of jewelry on the QVC television shopping channel, made no purchases.

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