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These Photos Prove that Suki and Imogen Waterhouse Are the Most Fashionable Sisters Ever

With Burberry campaigns and catwalks, a Redken beauty contract, multiple upcoming film roles, an enviable girl clan that includes Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger, and a keenly tracked friendship with ex Bradley Cooper, 23-year-old Suki Waterhouse is on her way to becoming a household name. Her 21-year-old sister, Imogen, is poised for a similar path. On a carefree afternoon in June, the dynamic duo frolic through grassy English meadows and try out fall’s cute and quirky mix of textures and patterns that perfectly match the pair’s personalities. Not only do they resemble each other in humor, beauty, and confidence, but they also share a solid familial support system (no competitiveness here!) that will surely ground and guide them as they transition from fashion’s hottest It girls to bona fide Hollywood starlets. Here, the partners in crime open up about adolescence, closets, and stepping into the spot-light.

TEEN VOGUE: Were you close growing up?
IMOGEN WATERHOUSE: Yeah, apart from when Suki was spending so much time singing to her basil plant that I decided to chop it up.
SUKI WATERHOUSE: We were, but we fought a lot. I was a ferocious tomboy, and I wouldn’t let Immy like the color pink. But it’s safe to say that now I feel happier when she is happy and achieving rather than when I’m doing well. It’s my duty to protect and help her.
TV: How are you most alike?
IW: We dance the same way!
SW: Like we’re in a ’90s hip-hop group.
TV: Has acting helped you become better models?
IW: Acting helps, for sure, but not the other way around!
SW: I think you have to throw away all the things you’ve learned through modeling. You try not to think about what you look like when you’re acting.
TV: When was the last time you were scared?
IW: When I had to pick up my dog’s poo after she ate a sock.
SW: I dreamed I was in a plane crash!
TV: How would you describe your style?
IW: I’m grungy, floaty, and mood dependent. Suki is a bit more chic.
SW: I have suitcase style. Immy is the master of relaxed cool; I have a lot to learn. I always say she looks like a young Julia Stiles — big jumpers and long, flowing hair. She always covers up her amazing boobs!
TV: Why do you think everyone admires British style so much?
SW: I think because we don’t try too hard, or at least attempt to not look like we try too hard. That’s refreshing.
TV: What is quintessentially English about you?
IW: I live for tea, and I think it helps fix,problems.
SW: Most of my socks have holes in them.
TV: How would you describe your style?
IW: I’m grungy, floaty, and mood dependent. Suki is a bit more chic.
SW: I have suitcase style. Immy is the master of relaxed cool; I have a lot to learn. I always say she looks like a young Julia Stiles—big jumpers and long, flowing hair. She always covers up her amazing boobs!
TV: Why do you think everyone admires British style so much?
SW: I think because we don’t try too hard, or at least attempt to not look like we try too hard. That’s refreshing.
TV: What is quintessentially English about you?
IW: I live for tea, and I think it helps fix, problems.
SW: Most of my socks have holes in them.
TV: What are your three wardrobe favorites?
IW: My blue Meli Melo bag, a loose T-shirtI got at a flea market in L.A., and my black Timberlands.
SW: My black velvet coat, a worn-in tartan Calvin Klein pajama top, and an Alexander McQueen ruffle shirt.
TV: What is the oldest thing you own that you still wear?
IW: A Winnie the Pooh pajama T-shirt.
SW: My mum’s vintage chain mail shirt and Anna Sui suit. I also have a Sonia Rykiel jacket that is in pieces, in a plastic bag, because I wore it so much.
TV: What is a secret skill you have?
IW: I can have my left eye look like it’s a broken doll’s eye.
SW: I’m a brown belt in karate. Also, I can make the most mess of a room in the quickest time of anyone on the planet.
TV: Do you feel pressure to keep up with social media?
IW: I only have Instagram. I deleted Facebook off my phone, which makes such a difference because I don’t find myself aimlessly scrolling as much anymore.
SW: Yes, I always want to throw my phone away. You know you’re having a great night when you don’t go near it! The world won’t stop if you don’t Instagram for a while.
TV: London is known for having so many It girls. Does it get competitive out there, or do you find it supportive?
SW: My motto is “There’s room for everyone.”

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