Mainstream poet Amanda Gorman had her slew of admirers gushing after she shared a copy of her magazine cover, channeling a renaissance look.
Star poet Amanda Gorman had her Instagram fans eating right out of her creative palms as she graced the cover page of Time's latest issue. Gorman looked every bit the renaissance woman.
In the one-photo post, she posed looking as elegant as ever, rocking a bright yellow frock that contrasted with her shiny skin. Gorman's gaze was equally captivating, helping her embody the part well.
The eye-catching outfit bore puffy sleeves with a V-line detail in the neck area. Gorman, 22, posed such that she angled her head to one side while placing her hands close to one hip.
The star wore her raven braids in an updo that formed a giant bun and adorned with a gold headpiece around its base. Gorman was elated in her caption:
"Wow, thank you @time for letting me grace the cover of your new special issue, 'The Black Renaissance'…"
Many fans were captivated by her look and how she perfectly delivered the profound meaning of the photoshoot. One person was especially smitten by Gorman's yellow dress, letting her know the bright color was her signature hue.
Obama interviewed the youngster as part of the project for the "The Renaissance is Black" series.
A second admirer called her radiant, while more people noted that yellow sat well on her skin. Another person gushed over Gorman as quite the inspiration.
Last month, Gorman made art lovers stand still with admiration as she performed her poem, "The Hill We Climb," at the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
Among the dignitaries that watched her display her creativity was the former first lady, Michelle Obama, who already met her twice. The pair came together once again as the focal point of Times' new issue.
Obama interviewed the youngster as part of the project for the "The Renaissance is Black" series. When asked for her opinion on what the new renaissance was, Gorman noted that it was an essential period in the evolution of Black art.
It is noteworthy that Gorman's yellow dress for Times channeled her exquisite look at the inaugural ceremony. The young star rocked a yellow Prada coat that brought on a surge of searches for yellow coats on the internet.