White House communicating manager Hope Hicks knows how to rock a tuxedo.

Hicks’ choice of apparel turned heads in a dinner sponsored by Western Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the Akasaka Palace in Tokyo Monday night.

Meanwhile, First Lady Melania Trump wore an elegant crimson Valentino gown.

People took to sociable media to review the 29-year-old former Trump Organization employee’s style.

First Lady Melania Trump, wearing a red dress, attends a state banquet for President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the Akasaka Palace in Tokyo Monday night.

First Lady Melania Trump, sporting a red dress, attends a state banquet for President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the Akasaka Palace in Tokyo Monday night.

(Andrew Harnik/AP)

“This is far too much trend for a!!!” Twitter user @geometricsleep wrote.

“Hope enjoys the show wow impressive suit . .gorgeous,” user @KathrynMilofsky wrote.

Hicks, together with the First Lady and the other officers, has been traveling President Trump during his 13-day Asia excursion.

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Hope Hicks, the White House communication director, wore a tuxedo at a state banquet in Japan Monday night.

Hope Hicks, the White House communication manager, wore a tuxedo in a state banquet in Japan Monday night.

(Andrew Harnik/AP)