Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly channel ‘Y2K at Christmas’
Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly have given us plenty of couple fits to analyse since their relationship began in 2020. Like when both foresaw the Jenna Ortega Wednesday effect wearing this goth-glam David Koma look and this pink ensemble for the premiere of Good Mourning in Beverly Hills, to name a few.Hello! Fashion’s Natalie Salmon says: “Since the actress, who cemented her fame after starring in box office hit Transformers and cult-classics such as Jennifer’s Body, has been linked to Machine Gun Kelly - she has undergone a style renaissance. The pair like to wear bold ensembles which are equal parts goth and glamour, making them the ultimate modern 'rock and roll' style icons of the Gen Z generation - at least where the fashion stakes are concerned.” Megan and MGK gave their Y2K style a winter makeoverMORE: Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox's best coordinating outfit momentsREAD: Megan Fox looks so different after stunning hair transformation at Billboard Music AwardsThis week our real life Barbie and Ken took their matching style to the North Pole, giving their Y2K influenced agenda the ultimate winter glam makeover.Machine Gun Kelly gave Margot Robbie a run for her money in an all white and cream ensemble. He paired textured white skinny trousers with a fluffy crop top. Layered over the top was a mega cream furry jacket with a large collar and a white fluffy bucket hat – the Hollywood version of East 17’s Stay Another Day music video. His monochrome boots contained a chunky pink rim, which matched the colour of Megan’s pink cardigan.MORE: The most stylish celebrity Halloween costumes of 2022RELATED: Megan Fox is making ‘glam-goth’ a thing in David Koma The couple sported matching outfit details, as alwaysMegan Fox was the epitome of Y2K in a floral corset and the sequined Low Rise Paillette Skirt from Danielle Guizio -- an unusual pattern pairing that she, of course, pulled off. The This is 40 actress wore a bubblegum pink cardigan with a feathered trim on top, an almost identical style to the blue Guiseppe di Morabito look she wore to a Good Mourning press event in May. Matching her accessories with her cardi, a pair of slip-on pink mules and a fluffy shoulder bag finished off the ensemble. A full-glam face was on the agenda but jewellery was unsurprisingly eschewed, to let the outfit do the talking.Greta Gerwig needs look no further for some red carpet inspiration for her upcoming Barbie movie.Like this story? Sign up to our Hello! Fashion newsletter to get your weekly 'Fashion Fix' delivered straight to your inbox.