Stylish Celeb Siblings: The Duos (and Trios!) Who Are Seriously Killing It
Date April 10, 2018
Is fashion sense genetic? From Bella and Gigi Hadid to Kendall and Kylie Jenner, the new fashion muses come in pairs or more. In addition to long time favourites — out Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and pop star royalty, Beyoncé and Solange Knowles, we now have pairs of Gen Z celeb scions like Presley and Kaia Gerber, as well Jaden and Willow Smith to look to for outfit inspo.
In honour of National Siblings Day, we look back on our favourite stylish siblings. Because why love one fashionable celeb when you can love two?
Taylor and Chase Hill
Genetically-gifted siblings, Taylor and Chase Hill are both signed to IMG Models but thats not all they have in common. Check out the duo here sporting matching vintage tees.
These siblings are breaking down gender stereotypes in fashion with their eclectic style. In 2016 Willow was named a Chanel ambassador, while her older brother starred in Louis Vuitton’s spring 2016 campaign.
Imogen and Suki Waterhouse
Fashion’s latest It girls and models, Imogen and Suki globe trot in the hottest styles. While Suki rocks a 1960s look, Imogen’s appearance is more laid-back and cool.
It’s no surprise that Pamela Anderson’s sons have become serious style enthusiasts. The duo first hit the fashion scene when they attended the 2016 Saint Laurent menswear show in Los Angeles.
Kendall & Kylie Jenner
Reality stars Kendall and Kylie Jenner are blossoming into more than just “the sisters of…” The two have collaborated with Pac Sun to create a west coast inspired line of youth fashion. More recently Kendall has stormed the catwalk, walking in many major fashion shows including Chanel, Dior and Victoria’s Secret.
Elle and Dakota Fanning
Blonde bombshells, Dakota and Elle are two sisters turned actresses who’ve taken Hollywood by storm. Elle Fanning is most recently known for her fashion-related role in Neon Demon .
Beyoncé and Solange Knowles
Though we doubt it’s easy to be the sister of 20-time grammy winner and style icon Beyonce, Solange holds her own. Solange has been the face of brands and is no stranger to the catwalk. The musical Houston natives have grown up not only creating music but also fashion with their family label, House of Deréon. The line, inspired by three generations of women in their familym, is named after their grandmother, Agnèz Deréon, a respected seamstress.
Jodie and Danielle Snyder
Since launching Dannijo in 2008 Jodie and Danielle Snyder have brought their line to the forefront of the fashion industry with mega icons like Beyonce, Rihanna, and Oprah wearing their creations. After a trip to the community of Lwala in Kenya, Danielle co-founded L.W.A.L.A (Live with a lifelong ambition), an organization committed to creating sustainable economic opportunity for women in underdeveloped areas of the world. All Dannijo packaging is handmade in Rwanda by local women, living up to the aim of L.W.A.L.A. These women are beautiful inside and out!
Kim, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian
You can spot this famous trio in an array of form fitting designer duds and dresses on their hit TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Kate and Rooney Mara
New Yorkers Kate and Rooney Mara continue to climb the ranks as Holloywood’s leading ladies. Photos of Kate’s coveted on trend blonde ombre bob have been inspiration for many as they head to the salon. While her younger sister Rooney, is practically the spokeswoman for edgy short fringe – an extremely challenging look to rock.
Caillianne and Samantha Beckerman
Daughters of a former model and Toronto natives Caillianne and Samantha Beckerman host a wildly successful fashion blog and are the proud owners of an extensive couture collection. Upon graduating from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, their thesis collection was published in Nylon magazine and subsequently ordered by a Tokyo retailer. The blonde twins travel the world covering fashion and bringing us loads of behind the scenes images from exclusive events.
Jess and Stef Dadon
Australian born globetrotters, Jess and Stef Dadon are behind fashion centric lifestyle blog, how two live. Known for their outlandish sunnies and elaborate headwear, the two initially starting blogging to stay in touch while separated. The Melbourne babes are advocates of high street brands, opting for more affordable on trend style over big name brands.
Pippa Middleton and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
Style icon Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa can do no wrong when it comes to fashion. As royal watchers flood retailers, any garment worn by Kate cannot be kept in stock. Kate arguably crystallized the Stuart Weitzman cork wedge in fashion history. With all the regal hoopla it’s not easy to upstage a royal bride, but Kate’s younger sister Pippa nearly did. Pippa gained the attention of the media when she wore a stunning white Alexander McQueen dress to the royal wedding and has been in the public eye for her style ever since.
Lauren and Mariel Armstrong
Lauren and Mariel Armstrong are the Vancouver based blondes behind design label, Partyskirts. After creating full volume party skirts for their own wardrobes the ultra feminine look caught on and soon the girls were designing and producing skirts on request. Over the last six years the young brand has grown and continues to receive interest from boutiques and media alike.
Penelope and Monica Cruz
There is no shortage of talent in the Cruz family. Penelope and Monica are success actresses, Monica in Spanish telelvision and Penelope in many Hollywood blockbusters. Both have dabbled in modeling and design. Together the two designed a collection called Biaggini Violett in 2011. Thanks to their similar (and fantastic genes) Monica was used as a body double for the then pregnant Penelope during filming for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides in 2010.
Haya and Sama Abu Khadra
These identical twins, with cascading curls, have been fashion week regulars since they were 14-years-old. Daughters of a high-end boutique owner in Saudi Arabia the twins have been scouting for the family business at fashion weeks since they were youngins. After being photographed by The Sartorialist these Saudi-born Palestinian girls, with infinity for high fashion, have become the industry’s latest darlings.
Sienna and Savannah Miller
In 2007 Sienna Miller and her older sister Savannah started Twenty8twelve. Savannah, having worked with Alexander McQueen and Matthew Williamson was already experienced in the fashion world. In 2012 Savannah started her own self-titled line, Savannah.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
Possibly the most fashionable and popular twins ever, these two have been hard at work since the womb. In 2012 the girls took a formal step back from acting to pursue fashion design full time. After ten years of slowly and meticulously building their luxury brand, The Row, it has been named 2014 Accessory designer of the year by the CFDA.
Cara and Poppy Delevingne
There are not one, but two models in the Delevingne fam. Cara and Poppy have racked up a pretty impressive resume, both having walked in major fashion shows including Burberry.
Gigi and Bella Hadid
Though Gigi’s older, both sisters have a lot in common: they model, slay the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, and dazzle on any red carpet event.
Laura and Kate Mulleavy
Laura and Kate Mulleavy are the sisters and brainchildren behind the American indie brand Rodarte–a luxury label that mixes haute couture with California flair. Seriously talented, Kate and Laura have won numerous awards and accolades, including the CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year.