The Combs twins made a special runway appearance at Miami Swim Week. Jessie and D’Lila, both 16, walked for the resort and swim label Liberty & Justice.

They strutted the runway side-by-side, hands in pockets and barefoot, as a screen displayed images of an ocean shore behind them. For the occasion, the twins wore thigh-length braids and matching pink beachwear that included bikini tops, a shirt, shorts and wide-leg pants.

Georgie Badiel-Liberty is the designer of the brand. The event marked season 1 of the label for the former Miss Africa 2004. She took to social media to thank the twins for their participation in the show.

“Thanks to the Combs twins — you two slayed that runway and made us all so proud,” she captioned an Instagram post.

Badiel-Liberty also announced the event marked the first show presented by a Liberian designer at Miami Swim Week. The collection is available to shop at Target.

The twins’ brother, Quincy Brown, showed up in support.

This isn’t their first foray into modeling for the runway. The Combs twins previously walked for Dolce & Gabbana in 2021 alongside their sister Chance Combs. They expressed their gratitude for the opportunity at the time.

“OMGGGG, THIS IS LITERALLY A DREAM COME TRUE. We are so excited that we got to walk in the Dolce & Gabbana fashion show. Thank you so much for having us join the show in Venice, Italy,” they had written on Instagram. “And we want to say a HUGE Thank You to our dad and team for helping us get through this amazing show. WE LOVE YOU GUYS AND THANK YOU we hope to be back soon.”

Their appearance at Miami Swim Week will most likely not be their last, either. They previously shared they were inspired to go into modeling by their mother, Kim Porter, who died of pneumonia in 2018.

“It was very inspiring, watching her try on the clothes and take pictures,” D’Lila told V magazine. “We always would watch her and know that that’s what we wanted to do.” 


They also shared how their family’s support has played a big part in their motivation to pursue their dreams.

“Growing up, we’ve always been around different artists and in the studio with our dad,” Chance told the outlet. “Even though we don’t want to pursue music right now, just seeing his work ethic and persistence has definitely been a big contributor to the drive we have to pursue our dreams.”

Congratulations, Jessie and D’Lila!