Vice President Harris started the week of October 25th with a familiar look, wearing a longtime UFO suit for a meeting with national environmental and climate organization leaders.
The suit dates back many years, and we continue to search for an ID.
Thursday, October 28, the Vice President joined President Biden as he delivered remarks about the administration’s Build Back Better agenda and legislation.
Here you see the duo shortly after the President’s speech.
Ms. Harris also met virtually with mayors of several US cities on Thursday.
It looked like the Vice President was in her Dolce & Gabbana Turlington Blazer ($2595) and coordinating trousers, shown below when worn on a previous occasion.
Friday, the 29th, the Vice President took part in a Democratic National Committe event on the Build Back Better legislation. That evening she spoke at a rally for Terry McAuliffe, running to regain the Virginia Governor’s office.
The Vice President appeared to be wearing her Micro Check Print Blazer ($1437, originally $2395) and Straight Leg Houndstooth Trousers ($525, originally $875) by Dolce and Gabbana that we first noted back in January of this year.
Beneath the jacket, she had on a black turtleneck. Ms. Harris also wore her Manolo Blahnik Dildi boots, seen below when worn last winter.
Saturday, October 30, Vice President Harris received her COVID vaccination booster shot.
She was in pieces she has worn previously.
Ms. Harris wore her Yucca & Agave Stripe Wool Ribbed T-Shirt ($495, now sold out) by Akris Punto (below), and her oft-seen Fenice Jacket ($1495) and coordinating Serge Pant ($695) by Altuzarra.
Vice President Harris traveled to New York City on Monday with Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm. They received a briefing on NYC’s fleet of Zero-Emission SuperTrucks and the city’s investments in commercial electric vehicles.
More about the visit from UPI’s story:
Vice President Kamala Harris joined Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm in New York on Monday to announce nearly $200 million for projects to produce cleaner cars and trucks.
The pair appeared at JFK Airport to announce the commitment to fund 25 projects, including long-haul trucks powered by batteries and fuel cells and improving electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the United States.
Harris added the government will also partner with private companies to “drive innovation in electric heat pumps.”
Below you see Secretary Granholm and the Vice President; on the right, Civilian Climate Corps Member Joshua Krupa and BlocPower CEO Donnel Baird. BlocPower is a Brooklyn-based energy technology startup working to make buildings more energy-efficient.
Another view of Secretary Granholm and Vice President Harris.
And here you see the Vice President posing for a photo with staffers on the advance team for the NYC trip.
The Vice President was in an unidentified black suit she has worn for several years and a dark green top that is also UFO (Unidentified Fashion Object).
Friday night the Vice President was in a dress by Sergio Hudson for the National Action Network’s 30th-anniversary celebration at Carnegie Hall.
The event also marked Reverend Al Sharpton’s 67th birthday; the Reverend is the founder of the National Action Network. More about the event via Rachel Pilgrim’s story for The Root.
Vice President Harris delivered the keynote address to a room that included NAN honorees, state and local officials and families representing several victims of police brutality. Outside of talking about what’s next for the Biden-Harris administration’s agenda, such as the Build Back Better Framework, Harris focused on an issue that will be looming over voting polls today: voting rights.
The Vice President was in the Signature Dress ($1295), part of the Sergio Hudson Signature Essentials collection. It is crafted from a stretch crepe made of a triacetate/polyester blend and lined with stretch silk. The pencil-style piece showcases a structured design in a midi length. It features a round neck, concealed back zipper, and hidden zippers at the sleeve.
Here is a closer look at some of the details.
The Vice President accessorized with her Manolo Blahnik BB105 pumps in black patent ($665).
On Wednesday, November 3, the Vice President traveled to Capitol Hill for another procedural vote on the John Lewis Voting Rights Act.
The Vice President also had office meetings. Below, with Todd Gloria, Mayor of San Diego.
Ms. Harris wore an unidentified dark grey suit and a blouse that looks like a design by Lafayette 148 New York, the brand’s Cecile Tie-Neck Blouse ($498).
Friday, the 5th, Ms. Harris visited NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. The center is in Maryland, just a few miles north of Washington, DC.
According to a NASA news release, “the vice president met with scientists and engineers to discuss how NASA’s broad portfolio of Earth science missions helps address the climate challenges facing our world.”
She also operated a robotic arm in the Center’s Robotics Operations Center.
Vice President Harris was in separates by Altuzarra, the brand’s Kenton Jacket & what looked like the Serge Pants ($795). Beneath the jacket, she appeared to have on her Charmeuse Reversible Perla Blouse ($328) by Lafayette 148 New York.
On Saturday, November 6, the Vice President joined the President as he delivered remarks on the passage of the administration’s infrastructure bill.
Vice President Harris was in the khaki/olive suit we first noted back in October. Below, another view from today.
The suit looks like several Dolce and Gabbana styles worn by Ms. Harris and has many of the elements seen in those designs: a jacket with peaked lapels, three flap pockets, and double back vents with a tailored straight leg trouser.
Throughout both weeks, Ms. Harris wore her Tahitian pearl necklace and stud earrings.
Monday, the 8th, Vice President Harris and Second Gentleman Doug Harris travel to Paris, France, where they will be until Saturday, the 13th. The Vice President “will pursue US efforts to strengthen a recently mended French-American relationship… she will also attend a pair of international conferences” per this CNN piece.