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Melania Trump might have been born in Slovenia, but through her fashion she’s proved to be a true New Yorker. On Thursday evening at the Royal Castle of Laeken in Brussels during a spouse and partner event, the first lady of the United States wore a black off-the-shoulder lace dress.

The Dolce & Gabbana number, the fourth from the Italian brand she’s worn throughout her international trip alongside her husband and various members of his administration, was custom made, with a sheer version having recently walked down the runway.

Melania Trump in Dolce & Gabbana. (Photo: AP)

She paired the black dress with a pair of statement shoes from the Italian brand. The intricate strappy stilettos, which retail for $1,985, feature a climbing rose design up the heel.

Dolce & Gabbana Melania Trump rose shoes
The $1,995 heels Melania Trump’s wearing. (Photo: Saks)

While Melania appeared ready for a Manhattan-type cocktail party and used the palace grounds as her personal catwalk, her fellow attendees — including France’s Brigitte Trogneux, Turkey’s Emine Erdogan, Luxembourg’s Gauthier Destenay, Slovenia’s Mojca Stropnik, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Iceland’s Thora Margret Baldvinsdottir, Norway’s Ingrid Schulerud-Stoltenberg, Bulgaria’s Desislava Radeva, and Belgium’s Amelie Derbaudrenghien — seemed dressed for a more conservative affair.

Melania Trump and Emine Erdogan, the wife of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. (Photo: AP)

Among the demurely clad guests was Emine Erdogan, the wife of Turkish President Recep Tayyip, who opted for an intricately embroidered sky blue jacket with matching trousers and a hijab.

France’s first lady Brigitte Trogneux and Turkey’s first lady Emine Erdogan. (Photo: Reuters)

Meanwhile, Trogneux, the wife of France’s newly elected President Emmanuel Macron, stood to Erdogan’s right wearing a little black dress from Louis Vuitton and Mary Jane heels.