This is why Gigi Hadid kind of looked like an Olsen twin at the CFDA Awards
If you think that Gigi Hadid’s CFDA Fashion Awards look from Monday night reminds you of someone, think twice — literally, because she’s kiiiind of a dead ringer for the Olsen twins.
As it turns out, there’s a good reason for this. Gigi’s white maxi dress and cream-colored, floor-length coat are from the actresses-turned-fashion-designers’ award-winning line The Row. She paired the look with a silver choker and glittery flats — our kind of gal! — as she attended the event with sister and fellow badass model Bella Hadid.
Another way Gigi was totally channeling our fave twin boho-chic businesswomen? That hair, whose color and gentle waves are both right out of the Mary-Kate Olsen stylebook, tbh.
The famous Full House alums were on hand of course, too, looking not entirely unlike your favorite art teacher in their signature oversized glam-yet-relaxed getups.
Though they rocked totally unique looks, we love the way they still make coordinating work in a subtle way, almost 30 years (wow) after they first entered our lives as Michelle Tanner.
And while Gigi and her sister Bella have been known to sport matching looks in the past, they went for opposite sides of the spectrum last night.
The dark-haired younger sister went for a hairstyle that reminds us of Mia Wallace from Pulp Fiction, with an ’80s twist (see what we did there?) via her hot-pink blazer-style minidress with bell sleeves by Off-White’s Virgil Abloh.
Speaking on the red carpet to People.com, Bella dished about how much she loves her job and how it’s worth it to rock a stylish ensemble even if she’s not feeling it 100 percent.
Added the 20-year-old, “Have new hairstyles, have new makeup looks, have new clothing. That’s just what’s dope about the industry we’re in, and if we can’t appreciate it, then there’s nothing else we can do.”
We’re living for these sisters’ (both pairs!) looks from last night, and hope we see Bella in some Olsen duds soon too. Or maybe there’s a sister-centric design collaboration of our dreams in the near future? Fingers crossed!