Australian Fashion Week: Australia’s youngest influencers Mia and Tati shine in impressive wardrobes
Meet Australia’s Youngest Influencers: Adorable Duo Make Sure All Eyes Are On Fashion Week In Their VERY Impressive Wardrobes
- A sister duo of three and five are taking Australian Fashion Week by storm
- Mia (5) and Tatiana Escalante (3) stole the show in cute outfits on Tuesday
- The girls have 179,000 followers on Instagram because of their style
- Their mom set up their Instagram account 18 months ago and it’s grown
A sister duo of three and five are taking Australian Fashion Week by storm with their adorable outfits and incredible front row style.
Mia (5) and Tatiana Escalante (3) stole the show at the Next Gen fashion parade and ghd made an appearance at Carriageworks in Sydney on Tuesday as they headed to Fashion Week dressed in adorable matching outfits and matching tight buns.
The girls, from Sydney, were invited to Fashion Week as guests of luxury hair care brand ghd, where they filmed content for social media.
Scroll down for video
A sister duo of three and five are taking Australian Fashion Week by storm with their adorable outfits and incredible front row style (pictured in the ghd popup)
Mia, 5, Tatiana Escalante, 3 (pictured), impressed in style set for Sydney’s 2021 Australian Fashion Week
“Ready to take on Australian Fashion Week 2021 with ghd,” the sisters wrote in a message on Tuesday.
Mia and Tatiana have no less than 179,000 followers on Instagram, where they share photos of their outfits almost daily, including Gucci sneakers, Burberry T-shirts and Culture Kings tracksuits.
On Tuesday, the duo wore matching puffer jackets, tracksuits, sneakers and tight buns for the shows.
Their Instagram feed is a mix of high-end collaborations with designer labels and mainstream retailers like The Iconic.
Mia and Tatiana together have a whopping 179,000 followers on Instagram (pictured), after their mother created their profile 18 months ago
They share photos of their outfits almost daily, including Gucci sneakers, Burberry T-shirts and Culture Kings tracksuits (pictured)
The pair stole the show at the Next Gen fashion parade and ghd appeared in Carriageworks (pictured), where photographers were eager to get their shots
The couple got into fashion about 18 months ago when their mother Nga set up an Instagram account for them after she launched a children’s clothing brand under her daughter’s name.
It wasn’t long before the girls became social media stars and were recruited by brands to wear their clothes.
“The girls would model for the brand and people were so impressed with how they were styled and dressed,” Nga told the Daily Telegram.
“Our following has only grown from there.”
Now the couple (pictured) can charge for appearances and collaborations, but their mother Nga won’t say how much they can charge for a post
Their mom Nga said they won’t be under any pressure to do anything with their lives when they’re older (Mia and Tatiana pictured)
Now the couple can charge for performances and collaborations.
Their parents declined to comment on the amount of money they make for a position, saying they won’t be pressured to do anything with their lives when they’re older:
“It really comes down to what they want to do when they grow up,” Nga said.
“We don’t pressure them to do anything.”