Liberation from monochrome: Gabrielle Gorman untangles the styles that suit her mood


Fashion speaks volumes, and Gabrielle Gorman’s wardrobe wants you to know that accessories are where the magic happens. Just like her twin sister Amanda Gorman, an icon of sustainable style, Gabrielle has a keen eye for fashion, which earned her a position as a digital marketing intern at TOMS in the summer of 2019. The 22-year-old filmmaker and activist has modeled for sustainable fashion brands such as Fair Season, ROAM, Love Faustine, Persephone Vintage and Sideara. However, her true fashion expertise lies in her everyday outfits that reflect her moods and passion for expressing herself through art.

A filmmaker at heart, Gabrielle said her first desire was to become a fashion designer, a talent that is reflected in her fashion choices on social media and in works like her YouTube series “Bell Parks,” which she is a beautiful woman Wearing a Mussecco houndstooth jacket. “That was the first time, I don’t know, 12 years of my life. I totally thought I was going to be a fashion designer, which doesn’t mean that won’t happen,” she told POPSUGAR. “I would love to do that. But yeah, it was the first way I could express myself. As a kid I was very calm and shy so I loved playing with lots of colors and just different themes and styles, and I’m trying not to regulate myself and just do what works. “

“I could wear a t-shirt and some leggings, but you have good sunglasses and everything is fine.”

Today, Gabrielle’s style tends to be more monochromatic, a habit her sister tries to help her fall. “”[Amanda] Most of the time I just say to wear lighter colors, “said Gabrielle.” She always tells me that I have too much black. Black is my favorite color and yellow is their favorite color. She always gives me more colored clothes and I’m honest she’s right. I think we look very good both in yellows and purples. . . I want to give her less advice on style than advice on organizing her closet. When she was moving, I went in there and organized all of her space, all of her closet. “

In high school, Gabrielle says she “dresses like I would tell Olivia Pope from.” scandal, come in with my overalls and put my heels on and everything and then I got off to college. I said, ‘That won’t work.’ “Now she’s more relaxed about fashion and channels her creativity through eye-catching accessories such as slim cat-eye sunglasses, bucket hats, statement earrings and color block sneakers from the 80s.

“”[My mom] I wouldn’t leave the house without wearing earrings, “said Gabrielle, commenting on one of her favorite accessories. During her sophomore year she bought her first pair of hoop earrings and was” obsessed with extreme and overdone earrings. I treat them like hair sometimes. I will play with them a lot and if I just feel like being dramatic on a FaceTime or something, you will often see me playing around with my earrings. . . It’s also fun when I only wear sunglasses with FaceTime friends when I’m inside or outside and see them laugh as soon as I answer the phone. . . I could wear a t-shirt and some leggings, but you have good sunglasses and all is well. “

As an aspiring Chanel ambassador, Gabrielle continues to experiment with her style on a daily basis and hopes to one day make her mark on the fashion industry. “I also love seeing people challenge gender roles and gender stereotypes in fashion and that’s something I’m learning to do more from. I’m a very feminine person I would say, if not hyper-feminine, but me Also love to wear sweats, big t-shirts, a hoodie, “she said. Gabrielle added that she would even consider starting her own line of hoodies one day. Until then, one of her favorite fashion staples is a fluffy FILA hoodie from Costco. “It’s like hugging each other all day.” Check out some of her best Instagram style moments.


Melinda Martin