14 Times Willow & Jaden Smith Were Sibling Goals
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14 Times Willow & Jaden Smith Were Sibling Goals

Between their eclectic style, musical prowess, and uncanny ability to be one another's biggest fans Willow and Jaden Smith, are sibling goals. And while much of the world used to seem dead-set on sensationalizing how "weird" the two Smith kids were (even though when you look at 2014 articles like this, some of the things they were criticized for saying weren't really that "baffling"), from afar we admired the way that they were shamelessly being themselves in what seemed like an unintentional act of rebellion.

They were born into wealth (we love that for them), the children of two Hollywood heavyweights, simultaneously blessed and gifted. But most importantly, they owned their eccentricities, their individualism, and their alternativeness in a world that asked them to play smaller. And over the years, it has been dope to see them side-step the box people tried to put them in, living life and making art on their own terms and coming even more into their authenticity as a result.

The mutual admiration the Smith siblings share even lends itself to their musical endeavors. Having collaborated on songs like "PCH," "Summertime in Paris," "Find You Somewhere," and "5," we are counting down the days when Willow and Jaden decide to drop a joint project. In a 2014 interview with T Magazine, Willow noted about their voices, "Me and Jaden just figured out that our voices sound like chocolate together. As good as chocolate tastes, it sounds that good.”

But aside from what they've been able to achieve in music, movies, business, charity, and fashion, what makes them sibling goals is the way they forever have each other's backs (Jaden rocking merch in honor of Willow's Coachella set this year that read "WILLOW'S BROTHER" is just one example). Those of us who have relationships with our siblings that mirror that of a built-in best friend (shout out to Brandy's "Best Friend") understand that in and of itself is a blessing.

This week, Willow, 22, and Jaden, 24, made an appearance at the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer 2024 show for Paris Fashion Week, and as par for the course, the duo absolutely slayed.

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Keep scrolling for 13 more times Willow and Jaden Smith served sibling goals on red carpets throughout the years!


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