Sofia Richie has described her style as ''punky'' but ''put together'', which she believes has been influenced by her ''inner rebel''.
Sofia Richie has described her style as ''punky'' but ''put together''.
The 18-year-old model - who is the daughter of 'Hello' hitmaker Lionel Richie and his ex-wife Diana - has admitted her fashion sense is a mixture between gothic rock and sophisticated glamour, which she has claimed is due to her inner ''rebel''.
Speaking about her style preferences to Vogue.com, the blonde beauty said: ''I'd say I'm a little punky yet a bit put-together all at the same time. It's the rebel in me.''
Sofia - who is the new face of the denim brand DL1961 - has admitted she loves the variety of jeans the fashion house have designed, especially the high-rise Goldie fit because they are unique and ''really comfortable''.
Speaking about the creations, she said: ''I haven't come across any like it and they're really comfortable.''
The catwalk icon - who has recently modelled in Chanel's annual Métiers d'Art show, which took place in Paris, France, last month - has admitted she loves being social media savvy because she wants to inspire people to be more creative with their outfit choices.
Speaking about her uploads, she said: ''I enjoy posting what I like, obviously, and getting positive feedback is always great. I love how sometimes that leads to helping someone who was stuck creatively with an outfit choice.''
However, Sofia doesn't receive fashion tips from her half-sister Nicole Richie - who was legally adopted by Lionel when she was nine years old - because the 35-year-old fashion designer believes they have ''different styles''.
Speaking previously, the former 'The Simple Life' star said: ''I'm very particular about my clothes. We have different styles.
''I don't know if I've given her any [style advice].''
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