Amanda Gorman, a 23-year-old Harvard graduate and famed youth poet laureate, continues to reach new heights in her historic rise to fame.

On Wednesday, she became the first poet to grace the cover of Vogue for its May issue according to CNN. The celebrated poet, gracing a second magazine cover this year, tweeted that she’s grateful to everyone who has inspired her and for the privilege of honoring her heritage.

"Honored to be the first poet EVER on the cover of @voguemagazine, & what a joy to do so while wearing a Black designer, @virgilabloh. This is called the Rise of Amanda Gorman, but it's truly for all of you, both named & unseen, who lift me up ๐Ÿ•Š๐Ÿฆ‹," she wrote. 

In the latest Vogue cover, Gorman is adorned in Dior Haute Couture and a Louis Vuitton Kente ensemble designed by Virgil Abloh, who is of Ghanian descent and the fashion brand's first Black artistic director.