Something about the swoopy loops in the uppercase characters of this typeface, originally called “Ronde”, reminds one of the signature 'do of a certain real-estate-mogul-turned-TV-celebrity, and so this font was named.
Delightfully different, this face can be playful or formal, as suits the the occasion. To complete its nineteenth-century creds, the font includes classic bishops fingers at the ASCII tilde and ASCII circumflex positions.
Both versions of the font include 1252 Latin, 1250 CE (with localization for Romanian and Moldovan).
available in all of the styles: