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Haim's individuality is key

Each of the Haim sisters' individual style was taken into account for a magazine shoot.

The three sisters Este, Alana and Danielle front the band, along with drummer Dash Hutton, and are known for their laidback music and chic fashion choices.

They're currently gracing the cover of Nylon magazine for its music issue. The black and white shot celebrates their similarities while also embracing their quirks.

"It was really about emphasising each of the girls' own personal style and finding things that suited their specific sensibilities," stylist Daniela Jung said.

She went on to explain that Este went straight for dresses, specifically a red-and-blue lace mini from Valentino. Alana chose a leather crop top by Jill Stuart and studded Diesel Black Gold boots while Danielle, who is known for her tomboy style, bagged a lace-up tuxedo shirt by Kooples.

Each sister has long flowing locks, which hairstylist John D teased into a style inspired by Patti Smith's look from the '70s.

"The girls have long, full, bountiful hair. It's epic," John exclaimed.

As well as their style varying, the siblings also rock different beauty looks. Make-up artist Georgie Eisdell wanted to do "a little something special" for each of them.

"I started by lining and filling in her lips with red pencil which held the lipstick stay put. Then I used a lip brush to apply the colour to get a defined edge," Georgie revealed of Este's pillar box red lip.

"[For Alana] using a very fine eyeliner brush, I followed her lash lines, making the line progressively thicker as I moved it to the outer corner, and then at the end I extended it out and up very slightly to get the flick."

Danielle's make-up was kept dewy fresh, with a natural look.

"I used a light shade toward the inside of her lids, a darker shade at the outer corners, then blended together. Then I did the same thing along her lower lash lines to create softness," Georgie said.

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