Kamala Harris’ stepdaughter Ella Emhoff hits the catwalk at New York Style Week – footage

Kamala Harris’ stepdaughter Ella Emhoff hits the catwalk at New York Fashion Week – pictures

Liz Calvario‍


3 days ago




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Ella Emhoff made her runway debut! The 21-year-old daughter of second gentleman Doug Emhoff and the stepdaughter of Vice President Kamala Harris, modeled in Proenza Schouler’s New York Fashion Week visual presentation released on Thursday.

For the brand’s newest storefront, Ella rocked a range of stylish looks. One look included a gray oversized pant suit with a floor-length coat and a sheepskin collar. She also wore a black leather trench coat with a yellow and black printed dress, black tights, and white strappy heels. Ella also closed Proenza Schouler’s video by donning a fancy black suit without a top.

“It represents the story we wanted to tell with the collection. It is the beginning of a whole new chapter in American history, in the kind of clothes we wear and are drawn to. It is the breath of fresh air.” says designer Lazaro Hernandez told WWD about choosing Ella.

Co-designer Jack McCollough added, “She’s a new generation, she’s going to Parsons, our alma mater, she’s an art major with an interest in knitwear, and she’s very someone we’d hang out with.”

This came weeks after Ella signed with IMG Models after making headlines on the day of inauguration. For her stepmother’s special day, she wore a stunning tartan miu miu coat with crystal studded shoulders and a batsheva dress.




© Kent Nishimura / contributor
Kent Nishimura / Contributor

Ella is a student at the Parsons School of Design in New York. As a young designer, she had worked as a model for a smaller agency before her big new deal.

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