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letting the cat out of the bag). “I think she has great style. Although, whenever I raid her closet, she’ll definitely be mad at me!” Elie’s got a point. Nothing is chicer than having an understated monochromatic wardrobe, and big sister Keia hits this right on the nail. “Although I enjoy wearing colourful things at times, I do wish they’d make clothes with shades somewhere between blacks and whites,” says the 11-year-old, whose minimalist wardrobe consists of simple shorts and casual jumpers à la Kendall Jenner. In contrast, Elie’s own take on black-on-black dressing has a ’90s grunge spin. With her own faux fur gilet, boots, and John Lennon- esque sunglasses worn on set, the younger Lo sister could give Kylie Jenner a run for her money.
For Sofia Landis, however, a girly twist with a hint of edge makes all the difference. “I like shorts and crop tops,” says the 12-year-old. “Sadly, though, my mother doesn’t approve of me showing too much skin, so I prefer to lounge around in summer shorts and classic tees.” At the end of the day, it is her nonchalant attitude that truly defines her style. She is unafraid of letting her own personality shine through all that she wears ... and the same could definitely be said about this year’s most stylish centennials.
Bomber jacket, Armani Junior. Shirt, Young Versace. Leather skirt; and Mary Janes, both model’s own. Bag, Love Moschino. Shirt, Armani Junior. Shorts, Paul Smith Junior. Charm, Fendi. Shoes, model’s own.