Ella Emhoff was born in 1999 and is the stepdaughter of Mr. Doug Emhoff – fiance of US Vice President Kamala Harris. The moment that marks Ella’s public debut is also a memorable fashion moment at the inauguration of US President Joe Biden and his stepmother. She appeared in Miu Miu’s plum red Batsheva dress and rhinestone checkered jacket.
The genderless fashion charm of america’s second wife daughter – ella emhoff
But the media only really focused on Ella when her modeling contract with the agency IMG was officially announced. The fact that the daughter of a leading politician like Kamala struts down the catwalk has been a hot topic since her debut at the Proenza Schouler show earlier this year.
Not long after, Ella Emhoff graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York, launched her own line of woolen products and is now known as “a new chapter” of young fashion with a distinct taste. .
Ella Emhoff has breathed new life into street fashion with stylish and generous mixes. Categorizing her wardrobe according to a binary standard may not be a difficult challenge, however, the “remix” and aura called Ella serve as a distraction from the inherent image of the concept.
Gender concept in fashion. She loves the padded shoulder designs and clean cut of the boyfriend blazer , the skirt and jeans stand in the same place and sometimes the experiment of tropical fruit motifs on luxurious velvet fabric. important.
The only thing that can be predicted about Ella is the breath of nostalgia between the 80s and 90s. Houndstooth, checkered or plaid motifs are often biased above all. Perhaps also because of the trendy neutral beauty of each delicate line. Not active sneakers, what Ella prioritizes will be elegant and classic leather shoes.
Like all feminine dresses, it turns into a Scottish man’s kilt. Ella Emhoff’s personality is candy pink and then sweetly turns into black dresses with plastic beads. The American “old school” fashion inspiration is always evident in the sets of the Gen Z girl .
Leaving Fashion Week where the “throne” of the spirit of good dressing, Ella Emhoff continues to affirm her “excellent” aesthetic with items bearing the soul of a girl. This time, she seems to have found loose waistcoats and skinny jeans from her father’s wardrobe to drop the “menly” into the gentle midi skirt design or romantic ruffled details.
On the contrary, to soften the menswear mixes , she cleverly uses accessories such as hairpins or “grandmother” headscarves. Metallic glasses and small necklaces are also identifying items and help Miss Emhoff achieve a balance in style.
As a student of textile arts, it is easy to understand that Ella has a lot of skills to DIY for herself creative items. She is a “crazy fan” of genuine wool. Not only “making sweaters” for her personal Instagram, Ella also fills her space with a lively, cheerful color palette.
Not stopping at the costumes, Emhoff also showed his artistic spirit with an “accessory game” that spanned challenges from plastic beads, crochet hats , to scarves and bags. All are maximally colorful and carry Ella’s unique personality like a funny rabbit ear hat.
Besides, the daughter of the second husband of the United States also owns a self-designed woolen collection that sold out within 30 minutes. She collaborates with Batsheva brand to produce stylish crochet designs “branded” Gen Z. With the desire to be more community-oriented, Ella also regularly uses handmade items to raise funds for organizations. Transgender.
The “close-up” girl shows deep thinking and pursues sustainable fashion in every step forward. She collaborated with designer Stella McCartney on adidas’ recycled Earth Explore collection. McCartney conquered Ella Emhoff with her own quest for sustainable materials. Ella did not hesitate to transform into a “giant caterpillar” with a long life jacket design and blend in with nature in a shiny bodysuit to promote the adidas by Stella McCartney collection .
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