The younger siblings of a few famous names are coming into their own.
“I wouldn’t be who I am today if it weren’t for all my sisters.” It’s an endearing sentiment coming from any eighteen-year-old, but when it comes from Kylie Jenner it seems that truer words may have never been spoken. Seen here alongside Gigi Hadid’s younger sister, Bella, and Kate’s “mini-me,” Lottie Moss, the littlest Jenner is throwing herself headlong into the family business. Already a Snapchat star of the first order, Jenner has a personal and outspoken approach to her fan base that makes the rest of her siblings appear almost traditional—no mean feat. She has a new app in the works (“It’s like Kim’s, but for a younger generation,” Kylie says) and several clothing collaborations with Kendall well under way.
Bella, of course, is Kylie’s ex-stepsister-in-law (Google it) and often plays the reticent brunette to gregarious Gigi’s beach blonde. And while Lottie, the least experienced of this trio, is still finishing high school in Sussex, preparing for A-levels in media and fashion photography (subjects she gravitated toward after meeting Mario Testino at Kate’s wedding—go figure), she plans to move to London soon to model.
Aside from an adamant independence, what they have in common is a date of birth in the late 1990s—meaning (among other things) this might be the first time any of them have paired hiking boots with baby doll dresses. Gen X, meet Gen Z.