Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Bazaar Junior -

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.

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