Amelia Gray and Lisa Rinna twin in oversized black 'fits

amelia gray and lisa rinna attend balenciaga paris fashion week womenswear fallwinter 2024 2025 show
Amelia Gray and Lisa Rinna twin at Balenciaga showMarc Piasecki - Getty Images
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It has been quite the fashion month for Amelia Gray. From walking the runways at Michael Kors, Off-White, Vivienne Westwood and Mugler, to taking in numerous fashion week parties in New York, London, Milan and Paris, there is no question on her status as model of the moment.

Especially when she attended the Balenciaga AW24 show as a guest, alongside a whole host of other fashion-forward celebs including Kim Kardashian, Ashley Graham, Serena Williams, Cole Sprouse and Lisa Rinna. Yep, as in Amelia's mum, Lisa Rinna. Because where better for a mother-daughter outing than the front row of a luxury Spanish design house's autumn winter collection debut?

Clearly good taste runs in the family, further evidenced by the duo's attire for the occasion. Amelia and Lisa twinned in matching head-to-toe black 'fits featuring very oversized coats and pointed-toe boots, worn with blue-steel expressions perfected from years of pouting for the camera.

While Amelia opted for a classic blazer that looked to be five sizes too big for her thanks to statement shoulder pads, a billowing silhouette and sleeves that ended way past her fingertips, Lisa's patent black bubble coat featured an XL puffy shall collar that extended past her ears before nipping in at the waist and extending to the floor.

Amelia completed her outfit with a black roll-neck top and wide-leg trousers, the pointed toe of her black boots just visible beneath the vast hems. She clutched a slouchy black bag in one hand, the only pop of colour in her entire ensemble coming from the numerous keychains adorning the tote. So oversized was Lisa's coat however, the rest of her outfit couldn't be seen beneath.

Same trend, two very different ways to wear it. Either way, we love a mother-daughter twinning moment.

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