The Vice President-elect appeared to be wearing separates for today’s call with President-Elect Biden and the US Conference of Mayors leadership.Embed from Getty Images
The Conference is a non-partisan group of mayors of cities with populations of 30,000 or more.Embed from Getty Images
The virtual meeting was at The Queen theater in downtown Wilmington, Delaware, where the Biden-Harris team has been holding most of its events.
Below, another view, this one via Miami Mayor Francis Suarez.
For today’s meeting, the Vice President-elect was in a jacket I didn’t recognize, made of a textured black material shot with white threads. It has notched lapels that are shorter than what we usually see the VPE wearing. I wasn’t able to see any pockets or other details of the piece.
Her trousers appear to be a different fabric, perhaps a wool or wool blend. She wore her black heels, black pearl necklace, and signature bracelets. (Pieces will become easier to identify when we have more photos than are available now for licensing, and especially after the inauguration.)
Here is a CSPAN clip of the meeting that includes Ms. Harris’s opening remarks as she introduced Mr. Biden.
Also tonight, a quick ID on a North Face jacket we have seen the Vice President-elect wear on several occasions. Below, Senator Harris in the piece at a January 2017 protest against President Trump’s travel ban on seven Muslim countries, shared in this Medium post.
She appears to be wearing the North Face Thermoball™ Eco Jacket ($139.30). Lined with material made entirely from post-consumer recycled content, the jacket has a slim silhouette with a front zip, zippered hand pockets, an interior zipped pocket, elastic cuffs, and a cinch-cord at the hem. The current iteration has the logo stitching in the same color as the jacket on most versions, not the contrasting white seen on the VPE’s version.
Arguably the best thing about the jacket: it folds down and can be packed into one of the jacket pockets. It is also machine washable.
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