Kardashians, watch out! Sisters Mia and Tatiana Escalante are ready to give stylish celebs everywhere a run for their money.
Mia (5) and Tatiana (3), from Sydney are Australia’s youngest influencers and were the stars of the show at Australian Fashion Week recently.
The sisters looked every bit like superstars with their slicked-back buns, black polo necks, cargo pants, puffer jackets and stylish Gucci kicks.
The adorable pair attended the glam event as guests of hair brand GHD and watched the Next Gen show from the front row.
The girls loved the show, said their mom, Nga Escalante. “They were just thrilled to be sitting front row watching a live show with amazing outfits,” Nga told news.com.au.
Nga, who recently launched a kiddies’ clothing label, has been documenting and sharing her daughters’ matching outfits on Instagram since June last year.
Their Instagram page has racked up more than 180 000 followers and the sisters have been approached by various brands to represent their clothing lines that pay to be posted on their page.
“They had so much fun dressing up for the photoshoots and spending time together bonding.
“At the same time, our followers really loved how they were styled, and it just took off from there,” the proud mom says.
“Mia and Tati are still quite young, so we don’t focus too much on beauty. However, they do enjoy doing their hair.
“We love creating fun looks to match their outfits. As long as it is comfortable for them, they’re happy.”
While the sisters’ feedback online has been mostly positive, their dad, Sebastian, says some trolls are questioning their fame.
“I think 95% of it is positive but there are a couple of little mean things here and there that people say. But I mean, I think that comes with anything really,” Sebastian told the Today Show.
They try their best to keep their private life separate from the social media presence, he adds.
“Instagram is just the photos,” he says. “There's nothing on there about what we're doing and then, you know, besides the photos, they’re living a very normal life. We go to the park, we take them shopping, they go to school."