Kamala Harris' stepdaughter Ella Emhoff graces fashion magazine cover

Emhoff recently made her runway debut at New York Fashion Week.

Ella Emhoff, stepdaughter of US Vice President Kamala Harris, is seen at the inauguration ceremony in Washington, on January 20, 2021. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)
Ella Emhoff, stepdaughter of US Vice President Kamala Harris, is seen at the inauguration ceremony in Washington, on January 20, 2021.
(photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)
Ella Emhoff, step-daughter of Vice President Kamala Harris, has landed her first magazine cover for the Berlin-based fashion magazine Dust, The New York Post reported.
Emhoff is shown on the cover wearing a knit jacket of her own design. During the shoot, she also wore designer clothes from brands like Prada, Miu Miu and Balenciaga. 
The news follows her runway debut at New York Fashion Week for Proenza Schouler.
This isn't Emhoff's first experience under the fashion limelight. At the inauguration ceremony in Washington for Harris and President Joe Biden on January 20, Emhoff made waves online for her dress, designed by celebrated Jewish fashion designer Batsheva Hay, dubbed the “burgundy moiré dress.”
 
The dress, like most of Batsheva's designs, blended Orthodox modesty rules into high fashion.
Emhoff topped the dress with an embellished Miu Miu quote.
In an interview in the Berlin magazine, she discussed the reason for the outfit, explaining that it was a cross between old and new.
“The choice was honestly very spur-of-the moment. Personally, I like the cross between old and new. I love the doily-type collars, I obviously love knits, I love tartans, I love classic embroidery, and I wanted to make sure I stayed true to myself and keep that alive,” she explained, according to The New York Post.
Gabe Friedman/JTA contributed to this report.