While her namesake brand faces backlash by consumers — prompting stores to remove clothing and jewelry from their racks — Ivanka Trump's jewelry line is taking another blow.
The Fifth Avenue flagship shop, formally registered as Madison Avenue Diamonds LLC, sells diamond jewelry starting at $1,000 and going up to $20,000. According to its website, Trump's line is available in more than 60 jewelry stores worldwide, including Neiman Marcus.
However, opponents of President Donald Trump who created the #GrabYourWallet campaign have been urging retailers to drop the Trump family brands. Those labels include the president's home goods line and Ivanka Trump's clothing and jewelry brand for women.
Neiman Marcus, still promoted as a partner on the first daughter's website, yanked her brand from stores and online at least as early as February, citing poor sales and tough backlash.
Nordstrom also pulled Ivanka's brand from stores earlier this month, inciting harsh words from the president, who tweeted that she "has been treated so unfairly."