Just days after one of the most historical inaugurations in our nation’s history, the beautiful poet who graced us with powerful words is making money moves honey!
Amanda Gorman made history becoming the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history. Amanda shared her poem “The Hill We Climb,” at the inauguration for President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
Amanda was already stamped by the likes of Oprah Winfrey, who laced her with jewelry for the event, and the first lady Dr. Jill Biden who extended the invitation for her to read at the ceremony. Now she is further unlocking her potential with a brand new modeling contract. She is now signed with IMG Models!
IMG plans to focus on getting big brand endorsements and editorial opportunities for the 22-year-old melanin-rich beauty.
Amanda’s fame is certainly on the fast track. Thanks to the age of social media her social platforms have grown by the millions almost immediately.
Her inauguration look has been making statements as well. Vogue reported that the red satin Prada headband Amanda wore has completely sold out.
Before inauguration day, Amanda had this to say in an interview with the New York Times, “In my poem, I’m not going to in any way gloss over what we’ve seen over the past few weeks and, dare I say, the past few years. But what I really aspire to do in the poem is to be able to use my words to envision a way in which our country can still come together and can still heal. It’s doing that in a way that is not erasing or neglecting the harsh truths I think America needs to reconcile with.”
Congratulations, we love to see you shine Amanda!
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7 Inauguration Day-Inspired Pieces You Need To Add To Your Wardrobe
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There’s no denying we’re all still riding high from the historic 46th inauguration of JOe Biden and Kamala Harris that took place just last week. We’re officially entering a new era of change, positivity, and true leadership, and it feels so good after the past four years. While we’re ecstatic that we have leaders in place that are ready to get down to business, we couldn’t help but notice the fashion wins during the historical occasion. And if you’re down to upgrade your wardrobe with classy yet versatile pieces, it’s worth taking some style cues from our leaders.
In case you missed it, our new Madame Vice President Kamala Harris and former FLOTUS Michelle Obama donned fashionable monochromatic ensembles from the talented Sergio Hudson. Madame VP Harris donned a vibrant purple coat, with a matching dress and a gorgeous pearl necklace that honors her sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha. Our forever FLOTUS stole our hearts in a maroon ensemble full of separates. She wore pants, a matching turtleneck sweater, and a knee-length overcoat with a cinched belt for a well-polished look.
While these ladies were dressed to the nines, it’s important to note that anyone could pull off a similar look. While you may not have the bankroll to splurge on these pieces, there are plenty of ways to bring theses head turning monochromatic looks to life without breaking the bank. That said, many people have been inspired to bring these looks to life and now you can set the tone. Below we’ve compiled seven Inauguration Day-inspired pieces that will add contemporary flair to your style.
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1. Yoox Annarita N Twenty 4H Coat
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2. DKNY Flared Stretch-Crepe Minidress
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3. DaVonna Yellow Gold over Silver 8-9mm White Freshwater Tin-cup Station Necklace, 18″
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4. Theory Tech Gloves in Leather
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5. Shein Lapel Collar Button Front Overcoat
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6. Ralph Lauren Ribbed Turtleneck Sweater
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7. Saint and Sofia Camden Wide Leg Pant – Burgundy
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Inaugural Poet, Amanda Gorman Signs With IMG Models!
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