Sailor Brinkley-Cook shared a striking pose with her mother, Christie Brinkley, and sister Alexa Ray Joel on the cover shoot of FN’s very own December 2018 magazine issue, and this week on Instagram she resurfaced the black and white photo.
With sharp pumps at every glance, Brinkley-Cook captioned the photo with “I just love my ladies so much,” followed by a second-swipe look at a throw-back picture of the three.
Similar to Tom Cruise’s iconic scene in Paul Brickman’s film “Risky Business,” they wore white button-down collared shirts with only a single feature distinctive from one another: sharp, frayed and buttoned-back sleeve cuffs.
Brinkley-Cook and Brinkley wore glossy pointed-toe pumps and Joel opted for metallic Giuseppe Zanotti heels with two straps structurally decorating the vamp.
It’s been five years since they were honored with the Footwear News Achievement Award for Style Influencer of the Year.
In 2018, they gave FN the run-down on their personal style with Brinkley-Cooke describing it as “My perfect outfit is a mixture of masculine and feminine. I like to have fun. I never wake up and think, ‘I want to wear this because I think it will make me look cool.’ I want to wear clothes that I feel represent me and how I am and how I act. That’s more important to me than any trend.”
Joel chimed in and mentioned “I don’t like the idea of fashion having to be something you have to follow. You have to dress to empower yourself. That’s what it’s all about.”
Brinkley, a four-time Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover star, finished off with a note on comfortable footwear, saying “I’m most comfortable in shoes flat and to the ground. I like to be able to move, but if I’m going to be photographed, I will suffer with the heels.”