Donald Trump has been on the campaign trail and at a press conference with the President of Brazil’s government to promote his new clothing brand.
The President, wearing a blue shirt, red pants and a black scarf, had to wear a mask as he introduced the brand.
“Brazil has a very strong tradition of fashion and of high fashion and the President said that his brand would go to the streets, that it would be for everyone,” Trump said.
The clothing line, called Bayside, will sell its first two items on June 14 at the Gatorade store in New York.
“The new line is the result of a collaboration between Trump, the brand’s CEO and the Brazilian government,” said the company’s vice president for global marketing, Daniella Moraes.
The line will feature items designed for the president including his signature yellow tie, white gloves, brown shoes, yellow socks, and white polo shirts.
Baysides clothing line has a name.
Trump tweeted about the brand last year, calling it “the most powerful brand in the world,” adding that he was “so proud to work with President Jair Bolsonaro and his team.”
The brand will also include an “in-house team” of designers and athletes to help develop the brand, according to the statement.
In Brazil, the country with the world’s highest per capita GDP, the new line of clothes has a “trend for the most powerful” among its customers.
According to the company, the President is wearing the Baysite line during the inauguration ceremony.
“It is a symbol of hope for the world that the world has been given a new opportunity to live better and more prosperous lives and that the people of the world can now achieve their dreams,” the company said.
“President Trump’s first official visit to Brazil is the culmination of a decade of engagement with the country and is an exciting moment for Baysites brand.”
Trump is visiting Brazil in his first foreign trip since his election victory.
His trip, which is being billed as “The First 100 Days of Trump,” has been touted as a chance for the President to strengthen ties with the nation and to build a new alliance with the South American nation.
Bets for the brand include a 30% cut on all merchandise sales, and the opportunity to win exclusive merchandising deals.
The new clothing will launch in the United States on June 15, according the statement from the company.