It’s a fashionista family.
Vice President Kamala Harris’ great-nieces enthralled fashion fans Wednesday while rocking matching faux fur coats on Inauguration Day.
The plush jackets, which were custom-made by NYC-based children’s wear brand iloveplum, have since been named “Kamala” after the newly anointed VP, the brand told The Post.
Amara, 4, and Leela Ajagu, 2, wore the leopard-print outfits in homage to a similar get-up their great aunt Kamala wore in a photograph from the ’70s, alongside their grandmother, Maya Harris (Kamala’s sister), and great-grandmother, Shyamala Gopalan.
“Special coats to look just like Auntie’s,” tweeted the haute tots’ mother, Meena Harris, Maya’s daughter, along with a composite of both the young Kamala and her daughters sporting the custom jackets.
The female-founded brand, which makes fun fashion for young girls, had initially sent sketches of the coats to Meena, who loved the chic designs so much that the brand decided to make them a reality. As a result, iloveplum’s designer spent the past weekend sewing them by hand in the Harrises’ hometown of Oakland, California.
The “Kamala” coats will be available to order from the clothing purveyor’s website in the near future.
The stylish tykes aren’t the only fashionistas in the Harris family. The vice president’s stepdaughter, Ella Emhoff, dazzled inaugural audiences in DC with a purple Batsheva brand dress under a dramatic Miu Miu tweed coat embellished with yellow crystal beading and a white lace collar. The 21-year-old Bushwick, Brooklyn, resident is currently in her senior year at Parsons School Of Design.
No slouch in the sartorial sector herself, Kamala Harris — who chose a purple ensemble for her big day — has become something of a fashion icon thanks to her no-nonsense campaign wardrobe, which often featured sharp blazers, skinny pants, pearls and — most notably — her signature Converse sneakers (a k a Chuck Taylors). Her trademark look was even featured on the somewhat polarizing cover of the latest issue of Vogue.