The Vice President’s week started with a flight to Guatemala on Sunday, June 6. Below, Vice President Harris at Joint Base Andrews about to board Air Force Two.
The initial flight was forced to return to Andrews AFB because of a mechanical problem (non-emergency). The Vice President and staff then departed on a second aircraft and arrived in Guatemala at about 9:30 EDT. Here you see her with Minister of Foreign Affairs Pedro Brolo.
The Vice President was in familiar pieces, her Prabal Gurung tropical weight wool suit, an unidentified top and what appeared to be her Manolo Blahnik Lisa 90mm heels in black leather.
Monday, June 7, Vice President Harris took part in her first overseas bilateral meeting.
The Vice President met with with Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei at the Palacio Nacional de la Cultura in Guatemala City.
This was followed by a joint news conference.
During the news conference, the Vice President says she told President Giammattei that the U.S. would give a “first donation” of 500,000 covid vaccines to Guatemala.
Ms. Harris attended a women’s innovators and entrepreneurs event at the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala in Guatemala City.
She met with female engineering students and entrepreneurs.
Below left, US Ambassador to Guatemala William Popp.
Vice President Harris was in familiar designs by Altuzarra, her Kenton Jacket, and either the Serge or the Zeke trousers. Beneath the jacket, she wore an ivory top that isn’t identified.
She looked like she wore the Lisa 90 mm by Manolo Blahnik again.
That evening the Vice President traveled to Mexico. Here you see her arriving in Mexico City.
Below, Vice President Harris on Tuesday, June 8, at the Palacio Nacional in Mexico City with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. He is showing her a mural at the palace called The History of Mexico, created between 1929 and 1935 by renowned artist Diego Rivera.
The duo as they headed for meetings held at the palace.
The Los Angeles Times reported, “Before their one-on-one session Tuesday, López Obrador welcomed Harris in a brief ceremony on the central patio of the National Palace. “Mucho gusto,” she responded in Spanish. “It’s very good to see you.”
The Vice President then met with women entrepreneurs.
She also spoke with labor leaders.
The Vice President wore more Altuzarra designs.
More specifically, her black Fenice jacket and Serge trousers, with an unidentified top beneath the jacket.
Her jewelry and heels were the same as those worn Sunday and Monday.
Thursday and Friday the Vice President did not have any public engagements I am aware of, although an interview with Univision was released on Thursday, the 10th.
(You will see Ms. Harris in the ensemble again shortly.)
First, we look at the Vice President on Friday, June 11, when she visited a class at CentroNía, a bilingual school in Washington, DC.
Ms. Harris was at the school to talk about expanded funding for child care as part of the administration’s infrastructure proposal.
She wore a grey suit that remains unidentified (this one has proven very difficult!) and a top I don’t recall seeing before in soft pink. Her jewelry remained the same as what was seen throughout the week.
Saturday the Vice President shared the video referenced above.
Also on Saturday, the Vice President and Second Gentleman attended Capital Pride events.
Ms. Harris and Doug Emhoff took part in the Capital Pride Walk.
Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband, Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, joined in the Capital Pride Walk in Washington, D.C., Saturday, making her the first sitting vice president to participate in an LGBTQ+ Pride march.
Harris’s appearance came as a surprise, and the crowd around her cheered, according to a White House press pool report. She and Emhoff marched for about a block down 13th Street, waving and wishing onlookers “Happy Pride,” and stopped to speak to participants and spectators for about 10 minutes.
Here is a quick video of the Vice President and Second Gentleman.
Ms. Harris wore a coral hand-tailored double crepe blazer by Prabal Gurung.
This photo offers a look at the back of the design.
Ms. Harris chatting with a young lady.
After the event the couple headed to lunch at Centrolina DC, an Italian restaurant.
The jacket features notch lapels, two-button front closure, shaping darts, flap pockets, and double back vents. It is almost identical to the Prabal Gurung worn for the April joint session of Congress.
Vice President Harris also wore a Prabal Gurung graphic tee, the LOVE IS LOVE style. I believe these were available in 2017 or 2018.
The Vice President wore a necklace and earrings that are both unidentified.
UPDATE JUNE 16: It looks like the Vice President was wearing jewelry by fellow Californian Harwell Godfrey. The Vice President wore the Black Onyx Heart to Benefit NAACP ($2500) in 18k gold, diamonds, and black onyx. From the Harwell Godfrey description: “The pendant, envisioned as a healing talisman, has an onyx heart at its core. As Godfrey sketched the design, she realized that her signature triangle motif placed over the heart in repetition created what looks like a broken heart that has been put back together. The choice of black onyx was twofold: its color not only represents the black lives it honors, but it is also said to be a stone of grounding and strength. The bail has two bars creating an equal symbol as a gesture of the unity we can achieve when we help each other.”
The back of the pendant reads, “We are one.” 100% of profits from each Black Onyx Heart Talisman will be donated to the NAACP.
Ms. Harris also appeared to wear the brand’s Gold Foundation Chain Necklace in 18K gold ($3550)
Many thanks to Tara Young for her comments pointing out the pieces, as I was struggling to ID the items!
As well as her white Chuck Taylor All Stars ($55).
The Second Gentleman appeared to be wearing a J. Crew tee, the label’s Love First unisex style ($39.50).
The tee is 100% cotton and J. Crew says that in honor of Pride Month it is donating donating “50 percent of the price of …the t-shirt to PFLAG, the first and largest organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) people, their parents and families, and allies.”