Who is who?! Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber look alike as they are, but when the mother-daughter duo decided to dress in matching outfits, their pairing status was taken to a whole new level.
The 56-year-old model took to Instagram on Tuesday, March 1, to share a series of photos from Paris Fashion Week – and the main image had just about everyone doing a double take.
In the blink of an eye, Crawford and her daughter, 20, posed for a photo on the streets of the City of Love wearing matching camel coats. They each accessorized outerwear with black boots, oversized sunglasses and leather bags.
The pair obviously sent a spiral on social media, with many taking to the comments section of Crawford’s Instagram post. Elle MacPherson said, “I love you twinning”, while Naomi Campbell, Sara Foster and makeup artist Jodie Boland dropped red heart emojis.
Fans took on a look similar to celebrities. “One face,” wrote one user, while another said, “You are not mother and daughter, you are twins.”
While the duo certainly had a chance to explore the city, they were also in town for work. Both ladies took part in shows during Paris Fashion Week.
In fact, they even walked the runway together at the Off-White fashion show on Monday, February 28, which marked the brand’s first presentation since the death of founder and creative director Virgil Abloh.
Abloh died in September 2021 following his private battle with cancer. In addition to his role at Off-White, he also served as creative director of Louis Vuitton menswear.
After the show, Gerber, who wore a voluminous mini dress, took to Instagram to share her appreciation. “For you, V,” she wrote with a white dove emoji. “We all felt you there last night. We were all waiting for you to walk through the door. We love you so much. Thank you for your art, you changed the world. VIRGILE FOREVER.
Crawford, who stunned in a tulle skirt and cropped jacket, also shared a chip from the show, captioning her video, “This one’s for Virgil.”
The collection was a first for the streetwear label, as it featured a handful of couture ensembles. “A manifesto of its democratic and inclusive fashion revolution, this first disruptive ‘haute couture’ collection conceived and designed by Virgil takes the most sacred symbols of the establishment and subverts them,” the brand explained via Instagram.