Hello! I have this sentence I'm working with and I'm following a pattern to tell things, you'll see, but I'm in doubt about the last bit, of whether I should hyphenate it all and make it one big adjective, or if I should just rephrase it making use of 'of...'. A blur, that's what she'd call it. First it was the welcome ritual, soon after the first-runaway show ceremony, finally the Americanization of the new fresh-faced black model celebration. Fame got to your head way more easily than it bubbles down, if ever. Should I use quoting marks maybe, say: " the Americanization of the new fresh-faced black model" celebration? Or is it okay as it is? I'm looking forward to reading your answers!