She may only be ten weeks old, but Coco Rocha's daughter Ioni Conran has already made her front row debut. The sweet little girl joined her mum along with dad James Conran for her first ever catwalk show on Wednesday evening, at Christian Siriano's star-studded presentation with guests including Solange Knowles.
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Coco Rocha and husband James Conran with their daughter Ioni
The mini fashionista looked adorable in a striped white and pale blue onesie, and was wrapped up warm in a white blanket that matched mum Coco's striking feathered pencil skirt and long-sleeved crochet top.
It seems that Ioni is set to follow in her mother's stylish footsteps – quite literally. Before heading to the show, Coco shared a photo of her and her daughter's shoes, which were both matching white leather. "Ioni and my shoes today. #ioniconran," she captioned the image.
Coco shared a photo of her and Ioni's matching shoes on Instagram
It comes as no surprise that Coco brought her baby along to the show – when she was pregnant she revealed that she and her husband would continue their work in the industry, and bring their new arrival with them.
"I'll do both," she told HELLO! Fashion Monthly, speaking about juggling life as a mother and a model. "I'll look after my daughter and I'll be a working mum. My husband and I work together on all of my projects so we're always together – all day every day. Now it will be three of us."
Coco wowed in a feathered pencil skirt and long-sleeved crop top
"It's going to take some adjustment," she admitted. "I'm sure we won't be able to take on as much as we have, but I'm very excited to share my life and my travels with our baby girl."
Coco gave birth to Ioni in March earlier this year, and took to Instagram to share the happy news.
"James and I are so proud to welcome into the world our healthy and beautiful baby girl, Ioni James Conran!" she wrote in the caption. "She's the best of both of us and completely perfect from head to toe.#BabyConran is now officially @ioniconran!"