Sisters Lola and Jemima Kirke, both in Geminola.

<b>FAMILY STYLE:</b> From the <b>Olsen</b> twins to the <b>Traina</b> sisters, Manhattan has been awash in style-conscious siblings recently. Now, add <b>Lola</b> and <b>Jemima Kirke</b>, the teenage daughters of <b>Lorraine Kirke</b>, owner of the...



FAMILY STYLE: From the Olsen twins to the Traina sisters, Manhattan has been awash in style-conscious siblings recently. Now, add Lola and Jemima Kirke, the teenage daughters of Lorraine Kirke, owner of the vintage boutique Geminola, to the mix. With their perfectly tousled hair and vintage clothing, the sisters were the portrait of downtown chic last week at the Spring Fling for Teachers Count at Lot 61, hosted by siblings Zac and Alexandra Posen. Lola sported Vivienne Westwood boots and a tribal dress her mother discovered in India, while Jemima, a painter currently studying at the Rhode Island School of Design, wore a dress she unearthed at a vintage clothing shop in Sag Harbor and a sprig of silk flowers. Of her style, Jemima, 19, says, “I’ve worked in a vintage store since I was 14. I’ve never really worn labels or had the patience to make a day of shopping. I just like to collect special things.”

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