Little North West took to the streets of New York on Sunday with her hair down. The two-year-old daughter of Kim Kardashian West and her rapper husband Kanye West ditched her trademark up ‘do’ for a trip in the Big Apple. The toddler was pictured with her nanny on Sunday.

The mini fashionista wore her dark brown curly tresses into two ponytails, rather than her tight ballerina buns. Her hair was styled into ponytails that were braided at the roots while the rest of her voluminous curls left down, Hello reported.

The daughter of the A-list couple sat on the front row at the spring edition of the New York Fashion Week (NYFW) in February. But, North has not yet made an appearance at any of the shows with her parents for the fall edition of NYFW.

However, the little style icon was dressed in denims for her weekend outing. The toddler channeled an effortless cool style just like her famous parents in a double denim outfit consisting of jeans and jacket. Her outfit was completed with a pair of navy blue shoes and aviator shades.

The two-year-old is in New York with her parents and was a splitting image of her dad earlier in gray jumper, black leather trousers, matching boots and a chunky gold chain. Also, North rocked a quirky Mickey Mouse T-shirt while out for some toy shopping with her mother.

The family are currently enjoying a fashion filled week in the city where they were joined by  Kylie and her boyfriend Tyga. Meanwhile, Kendall is also in the city for work as she is modeling in some of the shows.

Kanye, meanwhile, sprung a surprise on everyone with his show on Sept. 16. The 38-year-old rapper will showcase his Yeezy Season 2 for Adidas collection. He unveiled his first collection last season which was attended by A-listers like Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, Beyonce, Jay Z, Kanye’s wife and North.

Kim, pregnant with her second child with West, has been keeping a relatively low profile. One of her glamorous appearances so far has been at the Givenchy show. The NYFW kicked off on Sept. 10 and will conclude on Sept. 17.