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The presence of young poet Amanda Gorman at Joe Biden's inauguration caused a 1,328% jump in online searches for the phrase "yellow coats." The collaboration with Prada began as early as 2018, and there is also a fashionable poem for Vogue on the resume



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Amanda Gorman: The star of the inauguration ceremony is a fashionista of a new breed

The presence of young poet Amanda Gorman at Joe Biden's inauguration caused a 1,328% jump in online searches for the phrase "yellow coats."

The collaboration with Prada began as early as 2018, and there is also a fashionable poem for Vogue on the resume

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Eleanor Dvir

Sunday, 24 January 2021, 07:50

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It took about five minutes for Amanda Gorman to take over America in a storm - both for her singing and her yellow Prada coat.

In this short period of time it was already clear that we were dealing here not only with a young poetess, but also with a fashion icon of a new kind, who by the way did not detract in any way from the talent and unity values ​​she boldly expressed at Joe Biden's inauguration.



President Biden's inauguration was one that sought to weave a message of unity, hope and uplifting energy into every speech, as well as any shade of garment or designer signed, in order to introduce Biden's new approach to America.

Gorman, 22, a young black woman who spoke on issues related to race, voting and sustainability, completed the messages with a yellow coat and a red bow, both in Prada design, that spread a visual expression of light.

According to the Lyst fashion search platform, the intensity of the message caused a 1,328% increase in searches for the phrase "yellow coats".

Madness in every possible parameter.



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There is another reason behind the choice of yellow and it is related to Dr. Jill Biden, who turned on Gorman in a show she gave in 2017, also then wore yellow (but probably not from the Italian fashion house league). The puffy red headband from the red satin that equipped the young poet The coat itself is almost sold out in online stores, and is currently offered on sale for NIS 5,500, instead of NIS 9,180.



Which begs the question, how does such expensive fashion connect to the story here? Vogue, esteemed designer Miuccia Prada has a long history of being a woman with a strong feminist statement, and Gorman has adored her for years.The thick red bow is not just an accessory whim, but it is a kind of tribute to the black poet Maya Anglau, who was careful to wear a turban.

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Beyond that, the relationship between Gorman and Prada has a short history.

Prada invited Gorman to attend the show during Milan Fashion Week in February 2019, as part of locating the brand’s new type of embassy at a time when consumers are looking for products from companies with values ​​of sustainability and ethics.

On this collaboration, the gourmet published a poem in Vogue - "Prada of a Poet".

Free translation: 'Strives: well made, prestigious / Fashion transcends trends / Looking for: Challenge fashion codes / Dance in previously engraved ways / Not afraid to experiment, explore, explode / Requires: Ready-to-wear style in our hands / Give us strength, make it a brand Force...".

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Amanda's short past on the net reveals a young style that ranges from hipster districts to tributes to African symbols, turbans and hoop earrings mainly, an attraction to the colors of yellow, light blue, orange, red and white, while making sure to use items designed with contribution, sustainability, local production and the like .

Such are the SHIFFON jewelry brand that donates their profits to a fund that invests in businesses led by women, or Dylanlex, a label that advocates handmade clothing, bags and jewelry, all made in New York and Los Angeles.


Even the followers on Instagram have already jumped by several million, which means that we are dealing here with an activist poet with a style that blows up agendas and we will continue to follow.

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