Kamala Harris’ Stepdaughter Ella Emhoff Makes Vogue Photos Shoot Debut With ‘Ugly-Chic’ Mullet Hair

The model reveals that she is still experimenting with the haircut as saying, ‘The more you have this style, the more you want to push the limits of how mullet-y you can get it.’

AceShowbizKamala Harris‘ stepdaughter Ella Emhoff makes it clear that she is a fan of the mullet. When making her first-ever Vogue photo shoot, the Vice President’s stepdaughter opted to flaunt the hairstyle which she described as “ugly-chic.”

“I feel like in the past, the mullet was deemed unattractive and kind of odd,” the 22-year-old told the magazine. Though so, the model, who signed with the world-renowned IMG Models agency in January, claimed that she is now “really drawn to that almost ugly-chic look.” She also admitted, “The more you have this style, the more you want to push the limits of how mullet-y you can get it.”

In images from the photo shoot, it could be seen that Ella was getting her curly brown hair snipped by hairstylist Masami Hosono. She was also seen donning a Celine by Hedi Slimane yellow cardigan and ruffled pussybow blouse, which were paired with large Gucci glasses. In the meantime, the makeup artist, Fara Homidi, kept her makeup natural for the shoot.

For her mullet haircut, Ella first showed it off on the runway for Proenza Schouler during New York Fashion Week in February. It was also her first time walking on a fashion runway.

When Ella joined IMG Models, the president of the agency Ivan Bart explained to The New York Times, “It’s not really about shape, size or gender any more.” He added further, “Ella communicates this moment in time. There’s a cheekiness and a joy she exudes.” He also noted that “she’s communicating fashion.”

In the same interview with Ivan, Ella shared her reaction about being part of IMG, saying, “I was pretty surprised when everything with IMG was happening because when I was younger.” She pointed out, “I never saw that as being part of my timeline.”

“As someone who, like a lot of young girls out there, had self-confidence issues, it is intimidating and scary to go into this world that is hyper-focused on you and the body,” she further revealed to the publication. “I’ve obviously got a bigger platform now, and I’m excited to share a lot of things I really care about, and do some good,” she said, adding that she was “excited to do things like wear fun clothes” and “to bring a bit of Bushwick into the high fashion realm.”

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