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.

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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

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