Aside from the 30-year gap between Kaia Gerber and the mother of her modeling career Cindy Crawford, their casual outfits follow a similar style formula. The revival of the fashion trends of the 90s has meant that Kaia has embraced the many foundations Cindy set for herself during her reign.
Like Cindy, the little supermodel has a great denim repertoire. The phrase “a little more” is the key to Kaia’s approach: her decisions to disagree with both outfits are timeless and chic. Take her latest look, for example. Dinner with friends in West Hollywood, he picked up simple jump-suit wash denim zip-up.
And while honoring the style of the mother of the style, the look also influenced 70s Jane Birkin or Françoise Hardy – a wrap belt, short sleeves, and a hemline trouser ankle added to the nostalgic appeal. Gerber smelled the French girls’ waist with one of his favorite Celine “Ava” bags (sage colorway is now his favorite), turtle-colored sunglasses, and Chelsea boots.
As the world makes its return to a bit of a “new norm”, Kaia has updated her dress code. Gymnastics was her favorite everyday outfit during the closing season, but a recent outing suggests that her street look is back with a bang.
The year of the epidemic gave a fair break to Kaia, who had a busy time modeling which meant she used to go to fashion cities for annual shows. Marc Jacobs Road in the fall/winter of 2021 in Paris was one of the first times of Kaia’s appointment since the fall/winter of 2020 – saving a few campaigns and Celine’s springs/summer presentation in Monaco. The highly anticipated exhibition of Jacobs tempted Kaia to change her clothes for basic Paris food: she wore a Breton train, Lafill Triomphe loafers, chocolate trousers, a patterned silk tie, Celine sunnies, and her hopes Ava, and her preppy Maillons Prep. A good style, like good genes, seems to work in the family.