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Olivia Culpo makes modeling a family affair with her sisters in matching leather ensembles

Triple threat! Olivia Culpo makes modeling a family affair with her sisters in matching leather ensembles

She knows all of the right moves. 

On Saturday, Olivia Culpo tagged along with her sisters Sophia and Aurora for the latest released from her personal clothing line CULPOS x INC.

The 28-year-old model looked sensational in leather ensembles as the family modeled a number of outfits at various locations around Downtown Los Angeles.

Sticking together: On Saturday, Olivia Culpo tagged along with her sisters Sophia and Aurora for the latest released from her personal clothing line CULPOS x INC 

At the beginning of the video, the former Miss Universe was seen walking into frame with her sister Sophia not far behind her.

She was dressed in a black button-up shirt and a matching pair of high-waisted pants held up by a western-style leather belt; she also wore a set of reflective sunglasses to complement her outfit.

Her beautiful shoulder-length brunette hair was styled straight or the duration of the shoot.

Sophia opted for a similar ensemble as she wore a black sleeveless crop top above a pair of leather pants and carried a small purse.

Switching around: The former Miss Universe wore multiple outfits during the video shoot, including an eye-catching brown leather jumpsuit

Switching around: The former Miss Universe wore multiple outfits during the video shoot, including an eye-catching brown leather jumpsuit

Olivia was then seen wearing a brown leather jumpsuit with wide shoulders and an attached belt; this outfit was contrasted with a bleached yellow sweater-and-shorts combo.

Aurora subsequently made her first appearance in the video as she wore a long grey overcoat on top of a set of dark pants and black high-heeled shoes; she covered most of her gorgeous blonde hair with a small hat.

The former Miss USA was then seen again in an all-white jumpsuit that was not dissimilar to her brown one, albeit with a higher neck, puffy short sleeves and a smaller belt.

Afterwards, the sisters were shown walking across a bridge together, with each one wearing a different black leather outfit.

Family matters: The three sisters all collaborated on each collection from the line, which made its debut in October

Family matters: The three sisters all collaborated on each collection from the line, which made its debut in October

Staying busy: Much of the design process was influenced by the circumstances of the global pandemic and the increased need for comfortable and stylish at-home clothing

Staying busy: Much of the design process was influenced by the circumstances of the global pandemic and the increased need for comfortable and stylish at-home clothing

Sophia was dressed in a stunning black button-up coat that was contrasted with a pair of knee-high green boots.

Aurora opted for a jumpsuit with a low-cut neck; she also wore a pair of black heeled shoes with a gold buckle.

Olivia kept her outfit choice relatively simple as she wore a sleeveless peplum top and a set of above-the-knee shorts. 

Last but not least: The coming collection will be the final one from the brand, after having previously released two over the past few months

Last but not least: The coming collection will be the final one from the brand, after having previously released two over the past few months

The post was made to announce the upcoming arrival of the final collection from CULPOS x INC, which is set to arrive at Macy’s on Jan. 26th.

The brand was first launched in October of 2020 as a project to keep the sisters occupied during the global pandemic.

In an interview with Grazia, the former Miss Universe elaborated on how the extended period of quarantine affected their design process when the sisters were formulating the ideas for the brand.

‘We’ve always planned on working with each other at some point, this just happened to be the perfect timing for us to do something together… Our design plans were completely altered because we realized we wanted to create things that were suited for staying at home,’ the model said. 

Collaboration: During an interview, the former Miss USA said that she was grateful that she had more time to spend with her sisters and that the extended stay-at-home period made her and her sisters feel like it was 'perfect timing for us to do something together'

Collaboration: During an interview, the former Miss USA said that she was grateful that she had more time to spend with her sisters and that the extended stay-at-home period made her and her sisters feel like it was ‘perfect timing for us to do something together’

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