Generation Z’s most stylish kids are bold, opinionated, and above all, keep it real. By Amy Yasmine. Styled by Haida Yusof. Photographed by TK Teo.
There’s nothing like a solid reality check when you’re surrounded by kids— dressed better than you on a Saturday morning. And these aren’t any ordinary kids—they are BAZAAR’s most stylish 21st century kids. Easily spotted with an iPad or iPhone in hand, today’s centennials aren’t just schooling us in the techdepartment (seriously, what did we have when we were 5?), but also in the style stakes. Take for example current It Girls Willow Smith and Lily Rose-Depp, both of whom are undoubtedly cooler and with better wardrobes than the most of us when we were younger. Nonetheless, behind those Chanel backpacks and Armani denim, what really sets them apart is their fresh approach towards fashion. Rules are thrown out of the window, and colouring beyond the lines are highly encouraged.
In that regard, sisters Gyzelle and Gabryelle Tang, daughters to former Miss Malaysia Universe Tung Mei Chin, have taken on that notion quite well. Having previously lived in the booming metropolis of Shenzhen, China, the stylish duo is often seen in über-cool tomboyish outfits, a nod to the city’s casual fashion forward aesthetic. Think ripped denim jeans paired with welltailored shirts, as well as polka-dot jumpsuits with Nike high tops. “I like to look cool,” says 10-year-old Gyzelle, who paired