Proving that all-black outfits never go out of style.
It's a family affair for Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber every time they step out on the red carpet together — and we can't get enough. While the fashionable duo aren't shy about attending events as a pair, their latest one was especially sweet. The two wore coordinating all-black outfits to attend Omega's Planet Omega installation in New York City. Crawford was the watch brand's very first ambassador back in 1995, and since then, her daughter has joined her as the face of the storied watchmaker.
For the opening of Planet Omega, Cindy wore a long, swishy black midi dress with a plunging V neckline and fluttery sleeves. Of course, she was wearing an Omega watch and finished the outfit with black boots, a sleek black clutch, and no other jewelry, letting the stealthy, polished lines of her dress take the spotlight.
“I’ve been with Omega for almost 30 years. It’s a brand I really value, and we’ve experienced so many different things together over the years," Crawford shared at the event. "This exhibition is a great reminder of Omega's incredible journey. I feel quite proud that we’ve grown together, and always been able to support each other in our passions.”
Kaia wore her hair in a casual updo with face-framing pieces and paired a sheer turtleneck with coordinating sheer black tights and a structural pleated miniskirt. She added dainty earrings and a bracelet-style watch to finish her all-black outfit.
“Omega watches have been part of my life from the very start. I’ve always loved their quality and the expressive designs they create, but also the impact they’ve had outside of watchmaking, whether that’s going to the moon or timing the Olympics," Kaia added, noting how happy she is to follow in her mother's well-heeled footsteps. "It’s a joy to be part of this iconic brand.”
Planet Omega offers fans of the brand to experience it in a whole new way, with "a display of iconic timepieces from past and present," according to a press release. Through Nov. 19, visitors can explore six unique areas that highlight the brand's rich history in watchmaking and the innovation that it brings to the industry. There are specific exhibits on sport and the Olympic Games, space, the ocean, a James Bond area, friends of Omega, and Precision, which showcases the intricacies and complications found in each model.
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