Gigi and Bella Hadid are arguably the world's biggest sister
duo, currently taking the modelling world by storm. And the girls are known for
their effortless style both on and off the runway – as well as their striking
good looks and supermodels physiques, of course.
Gigi favours a beachy, laidback California girl vibe, while Bella
rocks a more edgy look, and in a recent interview with Elle, little sister
Bella explained the difference in their styles. "I'm a little different than [Gigi] because ever since I was 14, I always wanted to wear black jeans and leather jackets," she said. "I looked at pictures of New York in the 70s and 80s and I thought that tough, city-girl look was so cool."
Gigi and Bella are currently taking the modelling world by storm
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Bella recently moved to New York to further her modelling
career, and revealed that she immediately felt at home thanks to her personal
style – which had been heavily influenced by her friend Jesse Jo Stark. "She has the best style out of anyone I've ever met, I
think, and I like to give credit where it's due," said Bella. "So she
influenced me a lot. And when I moved to New York, it's like I already dressed
The pair recently starred in a Moschino advert together
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Like any normal sisters, Bella and Gigi love to borrow each
other's clothes – but it can also be a source of conflict, especially because they
share the same shoe size!
"I literally just took a pair of striped Vans from
Gigi," she said. "We have the same shoe size which is insane, I know.
It can be dangerous." And what did Gigi take from her? "You know,
this is what happens: she never tells me she's taking anything. But then I show
up at her apartment and there's like a random t-shirt or a hoodie or something
lying around, and it's mine," she laughed.
"And Gigi did not ask me if she could take it! She's
sneaking off with my stuff!"
They also unveiled a joint Fendi campaign