On Saturday, Kaia Gerber took to Instagram to share an image from her forthcoming Versace campaign, which featured a pale blue logo clad tee, gilded accessories, and a mane of brushed-up brunette teased so high it escaped the frame. It’s a look that would have been striking all on its own, but the uncanny likeness she bore to a ’90s-era Cindy Crawford—whose trademark voluminous lengths were captured by Irving Penn for the pages of Vogue in 1991—doubled as yet another mother-daughter beauty moment to add the duo’s ever-expanding arsenal.
Retroactive twinning is becoming something of a habit for the all-American twosome. Take, for example, Gerber’s penchant for a well-placed newsboy cap, perched atop a mane of rumpled waves. Far from a simple Millennial-adapted accessory, the model’s topper immediately calls to mind a still from Peter Lindbergh’s iconic “Wild at Heart” shoot for Vogue, which finds a twenty-something Crawford rocking a tilted, leather version.
Like her mother, Gerber knows the power of a wash of glossy glamour, though her side-swept, polished curls pair better with a swipe of poppy pink lipstick and glowing skin, rather than Crawford’s signature brick red lip and brush of bronzer. Of course, even with their instantly recognizable hair twisted up behind a swath of statement fabric, their dark eyes and strong bone structure appear as opposite sides of the same coin. And whether on the runway or taking a well-deserved dance break at a fashion party, legs for days and power brows are a foolproof common denominator. Here, five times the mother-daughter models looked almost identical.