Vice President Kamala Harris’ model stepdaughter Ella Emhoff made her second stunning and quirky appearance at New York Fashion Week.
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The 23-year-old — who is the daughter of the Vice President’s husband, Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, and his first wife, Kerstin — wore a head-to-toe green screen-inspired balaclava dress during the Macy Villain runway show on Tuesday.
Her neon fit—with black-and-white danger label-like circles sporadically placed on the garment—only exposed her famous face as Emhoff wore matching gloves, socks, and a headpiece to walk the runway.
Massey Villain’s Spring/Summer 2023 designs feature CGI and special effects techniques used in filmmaking to show how fashion can evolve in the digital world.
“Massie Villain has always been digital-first, so innovation within technology is a natural progression of the brand,” the brand said in a press release, according to gotham, “Spring/Summer 2023 will see motion-capture markers applied directly to clothing via print. These tiny symbols and dots, commonly used in filmmaking by special effects artists, allow the digital process to develop. Let us move beyond the stage and grow infinitely.”
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“The print also featured lens flares and exaggeratedly manipulated faces, representing the surreal, visibly distorted products of the methods referenced. The greenscreen set of the runway show mimicking the atmosphere of its film-making inspiration and eliminating distortion. Enables, “Release ended.
Accessorized only with rounded glasses and black stripper-esque platform heels, the NYFW appearance was Emhoff’s second after a deliberately deliberate wardrobe malfunction at the Prabal Gurung show.
There, Emhof wore a green top that exposed one of her breasts.
The top, which draped around her neck, was paired with a black miniskirt and strappy sandals.
Emhoff’s fashion sense first caught the world’s attention at the inauguration of President Biden and Harris on January 20, 2021, in which she wore a Miu Miu coat. At the time, she was a fashion design student at Parsons and soon signed a contract with the modeling agency IMG.
She makes and occasionally sells her own knitwear and has participated in the 2021 Met Gala. He has also posed for magazines like Vanity Fair and Vogue.