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Willow Smith signs with Kendall Jenner's modelling agency

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Willow Smith may be only 14 years old, but the stylish teen is already making waves in the world of music – and now she's turning her attention to fashion. Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's daughter has signed with modelling agency The Society Management, who represent the likes of Kendall Jenner, Adriana Lima and Toni Garrn.

Willow Smith has signed to a modelling agency

The young singer has already given fans a sneak peek at her model credentials when she starred in Marc Jacobs' Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign earlier this year, joining a line-up including Cher and Winona Ryder.

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Willow looked every inch a rising star for the striking images shot by renowned photographer David Sims, showing off her gothic side in a Victorian-esque gown while posing on a step ladder. Marc was clearly impressed with the teenager. Sharing one of the photos on his personal Instagram account, the designer had nothing but praise for Willow describing her as "talented, stylish and charming".

The Society Management also represent Kendall Jenner and Adriana Lima

The designer also explained his decision to use a wide range of famous faces and models in his campaign, revealing her preferred to collaborate "with the people who inspire me to give new life to the clothes we show on our runway".

Before landing the campaign, the young model was no stranger to the camera, starring in various editorial spreads for major fashion magazines.

Willow starred in the Marc Jacobs Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign

Signing to a modelling agency marks a milestone moment for the Whip My Hair hitmaker, with many already hailing her as a model to watch over the next few years.

While Willow has already enjoyed a string of high-profile modelling gigs, she has yet to make her catwalk debut, so it could be that her decision to sign with an agency will help expand her body of work in the world of high fashion.