Gigi and Bella Hadid brought their contrasting sibling style to Milan Fashion Week.
Following their runway appearances for Versace’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection, the supermodel sisters each wore dresses with plunging necklines for the show’s afterparty last night. The dresses’ daring necklines and long sleeves were the only similarities, with Bella opting for a slinky dark look while Gigi stepped out in a fiery, fringe number.
For Bella’s look, the Ramy actress wore a draped, maxi-length gown in an inky shade of black with a torso-length plunged neck. She paired the piece with a chunky, 90s-inspired studded belt, and added monochromatic accessories with black pointed-toe boots, oval-shaped sunglasses, and a small black shoulder bag.
The model also wore her long hair straight with a middle part, and sported a matching black manicure.
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As for Gigi, the Guest in Residence founder chose a red-orange minidress, which featured a zipper decoration and knee-length fringe detailing at the skirt, as well as a matching hood connected to the open neckline. She accessorized the piece with nude, pointed-toe heels and a short gold necklace.
The sisters also made a rare joint appearance earlier this month, attending a U.S. Open match accompanied by friends and Bella’s boyfriend, Marc Kalman. For the outing, Gigi wore a monochromatic all-red set, comprised of a spaghetti-strap tank and matching slouchy pants by Simon Miller, and a pair of Nike Air Jordan 2 sneakers in white and red. She accessorized the look with a red Louis Vuitton clutch and yellow Tejesta sunglasses.
Meanwhile, Bella matched the Open’s sporty theme in a white zip-up track jacket featuring a mock turtleneck, paired with a low-rise khaki skirt that hit just above her knees. She also wore chunky brown-and-tan sneakers and mid-calf white socks, along with accessories including black sunglasses, a black headband, and a white shoulder bag.
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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.