The first daughter of fashion!

Tiffany Trump looks to be following the fashionable footsteps of both her step-sister Ivanka and her step-mother Melania, after making her runway debut at New York Fashion Week.


On a long weekend away from the University of Pennsylvania, where she is currently a senior, the 22-year-old visited the city that never sleeps to strut her stuff on the catwalk, modeling a friend's fashion designs alongside her fellow socialite Kyra Kennedy.
The leggy blonde blended right in with the other models at the Just Drew show, looking totally calm and confident on the catwalk at the Valentine's Day event.

Tiffany made just one appearance on the runway, wearing her blonde hair pulled back to show off a shiny blue tuxedo dress, under which she wore black tights and chunky black booties.
Her natural abilities on the catwalk will come as no surprise to anyone who knows her family history well; both Tiffany's step-sister Ivanka, and her step-mother Melania, have modeled in the past, with Ivanka strutting her stuff in a number of catwalk shows when she was between the ages of 17 and 18.
Ivanka walked in shows during Sydney and New York Fashion Weeks in 1999, strutting her stuff for the likes of Maurice Malone and Wayne Cooper.
Unsurprisingly, Tiffany couldn't wait to share the excitement of walking her first show, and she proudly posted a video of her big moment on Instagram, while her mom, 52-year-old Marla Maples, shared a selfie with Lance Bass as the pair sat in the front row.

While Tiffany's mom was there to show her support, though, the rest of the family was out of town: Big sister Ivanka was in New Jersey enjoying cookies and go-karts with her husband Jared Kushner and their kids, Arabella and Joseph, and her dad Donald was out on the campaign trail in South Carolina.