Lisa Rinna's lookalike daughters Amelia Gray and Delilah Belle Hamlin definitely know how to work the red carpet at any event. The two dressed to impress at the 5th Annual Generation Cure Holiday Event to benefit amfAR, the foundation for AIDS research on December 10.
Amelia, 18, and Delilah, 21, left their home in Beverly Hills and jetted off to New York City's Gitano Jungle Room for the bash.
Delilah exuded old Hollywood glamour with her nude silk gown and fur sheath. She added diamond drop earrings, a silver sequined clutch and silver choker for more elegance. In contrast to her older sister, Amelia opted to wear a dark candy apple red colored frock that accentuated her toned physique. The strapless dress featured a cinched waist and she added a silver purse and a diamond necklace to her ensemble.
According to amfAR's website, "amfAR's Generation Cure is a group of young amfAR supporters committed to ending the AIDS pandemic in their lifetime by helping the Foundation raise funds for its cure-focused research programs."
Other A-listers who attended the bash included Empire star Serayah, Kimora Lee Simmons' daughter Ming Lee Simmons, and Queer Eye star Bobby Berk.
Lisa, 56, shares Amelia and Delilah with husband Harry Hamlin. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star recently spoke to HollywoodLife.com about the advice she gave to her daughters as they entered into the modeling world. “First and foremost, Harry and I made sure that they know that the most important thing is to be kind to absolutely everyone,” Lisa shared the outlet. “It’s to be kind and work hard and be kind.”
The models have also ventured into fashion design and collaborated on the streetwear brand DNA by LA Collective. “They are learning about building a brand as they go along and I think that they’ve watched me, they’ve watched Harry,” Lisa continued about their work ethic. “And again, it’s something that you acquire as you go along. It’s not something that you just get overnight. And they are working really hard at it and they’re figuring out what works, what doesn’t work. It’s probably the best schooling you could have is to have your own brand and learn from the bottom, from the ground up. I’m thrilled for them.”
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