Gigi and Bella Hadid wore very different looks to the latter's New York Fashion Week party.
The supermodel sisters were photographed at the launch party for Bella's wellness drink brand, Kin Euphorics, which was held Thursday night as Spring Studios. For her event, Bella wore a black Bound in Heaven mini-dress by Daisy, which featured multiple crossing straps and a flared skirt, as a top over flared gray-plaid pants. She also wore black pointed-toe heels and carried a bedazzled mini-bag on her shoulder.
While her sister brought back the dress-over-pants trend, Gigi chose a brown strapless midi-length dress with a slit made of cutouts and decorative stitching at the waist. She accessorized the dress with a silver bralette chain, layered necklaces, and a leopard-print top-handle bag.
Bella also shared several pics of herself and her famous party guests on her Instagram. In addition to sister Gigi and mom Yolanda, other attendees included Halsey, Taraji P. Henson, Euphoria actress Barbie Ferreira, and supermodel Helena Christensen.
The Hadid sisters, 26 and 24, are known for having their own distinct styles. A recent throwback post shared by Bella showed that they even had their own fashion sense as kids. In one of the pics, the young sisters pout in a collage of headshots taken at the beach. They both wear bandanas and swimsuits, with Gigi's suit and bandana featuring a red background, and Bella rocking pastels.
The post also includes a pic of the young sisters in matching flower girl outfits, with white spaghetti-strap dresses and blue-and-white floral crowns and matching bouquets.
Gigi recently opened up about the Hadids' family dynamic for Harper's BAZAAR's August cover story. "When dealing with family stuff and world issues, my mom calls me the brain and Bella the heart," she said. "My brother is half and half. Whatever the family dinner-table discussion is, Bella will be very emotional and compassionate, and I'm sitting there pulling up charts and infographics."
She added, "My mom is just very Dutch and to the point. And my dad's a storyteller."
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