Bill Gates’ daughter Phoebe goes braless in plunging red dress as she joins mom Melinda at Michael Kors show
Phoebe Gares' gown dipped daringly low as she sported a classic red lip and accessorized with nude sandals and a red bag
DOMINO PARK, BROOKLYN: Melinda and Phoebe Gates turned heads during the New York Fashion Week, with the latter wowing the crowds in a daring number. Phoebe, 20, paused for a photo op, as they walked down the pre-show carpet at the Michael Kors event in Domino Park, Brooklyn.
Phoebe went braless under her daring red gown with a plunging neckline. She also sported a classic red lip and accessorized with nude sandals and a red bag. The Gates' youngest child is a Stanford University student and aspiring fashion entrepreneur.
Her mother, Melinda, 59, looked stunning in a figure-hugging dark green gown, a matching shrug, and blocky black heels.
Phoebe is currently the co-founder of Phia, a sustainable fashion platform, with a college friend. She has over 300,000 Instagram followers that follow her and her initiative. The two students have already landed high-profile sustainability collaborations with well-known designer companies such as Stella McCartney.
Phoebe has worked as an intern at British Vogue
Phoebe had previously been seen at upscale fashion events and gatherings in Paris and in New York. She has also worked as an intern at British Vogue. As a result of her extremely wealthy parents, she is said to have a net worth of around $9.9 million (£8 million).
Her father Bill Gates, the creator of Microsoft and one of the richest people on the globe, had a falling out with Melinda a few years ago.
Bill and Melinda are said to have found other companions after divorcing
Since calling it quits, both Bill and Melinda are said to have found new companions.
Bill, 67, has been photographed with Paula Hurd, the ex-wife of Oracle CEO Mark Hurd, who died in 2019. Melinda, who is estimated to be worth around $9.97 billion (£8 billion), is rumored to be seeing journalist Jon Du Pre. Bill has already stated that he will leave his children comfortably off - but not give them everything, as reported by DailyStar.
He once said: “Our kids will receive a great education and some money, so they are never going to be poorly off, but they'll go out and have their own career." He added, “It's not a favour to kids to have them have huge sums of wealth. It distorts anything they might do, [while] creating their own path.”