Jude Law must be wondering where all the time has gone. The Alfie actor's daughter Iris Law is all grown up and has even landed her first modelling gig for British label Illustrated People at the age of 15.
Iris Law is modelling for Illustrated People
The teenager stars as the face of the collaboration between the British label and London stylist Violetta Kassapi. In her first campaign for Violetta Fancies You X Illustrated People, the aspiring model is photographed in satin pajamas with gothic lips, while her hair gives a nod to Nineties Bjork.
Iris is not the only one of her father's five children who have turned to modelling. Her brother Rafferty Law kicked off his own modelling career with tailoring brand Tiger of Sweden. The 19-year-old then went on to walk the runway for DKNY in 2014 and even starring in a campaign for Effra London in August 2015.
The 15-year-old rocks a Nineties allure in the shoot
It wasn’t the first time Raffi caught the fashion world's attention – he appeared in the June 2012 issue of British Vogue. He was shot by Alasdair McLellan for Francesca Burns's shoot London Pride, where he reimagined the Lambeth Walk with Pixie Geldof on London's Southbank.
Raffi and Iris' mother Sadie Frost is extremely proud of both her children on their career choices. The doting mum shared a photo of her daughter's new ad on her Instagram with the caption: "My liccld girl @lirisaw shoot for @violettafanciesyou - pjs ❤️."
Iris shared an adorable photo of herself as a kid
The new model is also proud of herself as she showed off her campaign photos with her thousands of followers on social media. The up-and-coming star shared cute snaps of her as a child, reminding her fans just quickly she's blossomed. The adorable snap shows Iris with blonde hair and a pearl necklace on, a completely different look to her edgy photoshoot.
Jude’s daughter isn’t the only celebrity kid to make it into the world of fashion. Iris joins a whole host of celebrity kids including Romeo Beckham, Dylan Brosnan and Lily-Rose Depp who have all become models.