Ella Emhoff taps an unexpectedly bold side of American fashion at the Met Gala 2021.
Vice President Kamala Harris’s stepdaughter arrived tonight in a bespoke, head-to-toe red look from Adidas by Stella McCartney star-studded event. The ensemble pays homage to sporty trends in a new way and starts with a diamond-coated body; The piece with mesh insert was tucked into high-gloss sweatpants.
To continue the sporty appeal of her look, the 22-year-old decided against pumps or sandals and instead stayed cool in new sneakers. The individual red silhouette transforms the Earthlight sneakers from the Adidas by Stella McCartney collections with even more red diamonds and mesh; For a sustainable twist, the sneakers are also equipped with Primeblue fabric – a high-performance recycled material that contains ocean plastic.
“I’m so proud that Nia Dennis, Ella Emhoff and Julia Garner are wearing the Stella McCartney brands this year represent the carpet of the Met, ”said McCartney himself in a press release. “They are all incredible women who have gone their own individual path with fearlessness and confidence … it is an honor to bring these three women together for such an incredible night. Over the past 18 months, people’s relationship with fashion and comfort has evolved. That’s why we created these red, white and blue looks that merge elements of sportswear with high fashion and glamor to pay homage to the exhibition theme. ”
In addition to her very first appearance at the Met Gala, 2021 was for her second daughter Ella Emhoff has been an important year so far. During New York Fashion Week in February, Emhoff closed the last day of the virtual shows with an unexpected spot in Proenza Schouler’s Fall 21 catwalk film and lookbook. And then, in July, the model stole the show when she made her debut at Paris Fashion Week for Balenciaga’s first couture collection in 53 years.
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