But after all of that, sales spiked. The brand's president, Abigail Klem, told Refinery29 that Ivanka's brand had seen "some of the best performing weeks in the history of the brand" since the start of February.
That was the month Nordstrom said it would no longer sell Ivanka Trump's line, citing poor sales.
It was also the month President Trump tweeted Ivanka was being treated "unfairly" by the media.
The reported sales boom comes after a rough month for Ivanka's brand. CNBC reported the brand's sales dropped 26 percent in January before the boycotts started.
It's unprecedented what this brand is dealing with ... We are really committed to having the brand be separate, even from [Ivanka.]
During a call on its fourth-quarter earnings in February, co-president Peter Nordstrom said the impact of Trump's tweet had a "negligible" effect on business.
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