Cindy Crawford was more than happy to show daughter Kaia Gerber around Milan during fashion week, a city she has been to many times before during her supermodel reign. Kaia, who has turned heads on the runway in New York and London, has now made her mark in the Italian capital, having opened Fendi's Spring 2018 show on Thursday. Before the show, the 16-year-old had been enjoying getting to know the city with her mum and brother Presley's model girlfriend Cayley King.
Cindy Crawford showed her daughter Kaia Gerber and model Cayley King around Milan
The trio stopped for a selfie during a day out together, which was shared with Cindy's fans on Instagram. In the photo, Cindy, 51, looks radiant with minimal make-up, just a touch of mascara and natural base to highlight her complexion. Kaia, meanwhile, opted for a subtle cat eye flick to enhance her eyes and a touch of lipgloss, while her long hair was scraped back in a high ponytail. Cayley too, embraced her natural beauty with a barely-there make-up look.
Kaia opened Fendi's show during Milan Fashion Week on Thursday
At just 16, Kaia is already making a successful name for herself as a model. The stunning teenager made her debut on the runway during New York Fashion Week, when she walked for Calvin Klein. Kaia was part of Raf Simons' Calvin Klein show and became an instant hit among the fashion elite. She also walked for Coach, Alexander Wang, Fenty x Puma by Rihanna and Marc Jacobs.
Kaia made her NYFW debut on the runway for Calvin Klein
In London, meanwhile, Kaia and her equally genetically blessed brother Presley walked for Burberry, with both siblings sharing pictures of themselves on the runway on their respective social media accounts. Kaia wrote: "A warm welcome to London town thanks to @burberry," while Presley captioned his photo: "London. Thank you @burberry."
Cindy has previously said that she supports her children’s modelling aspirations. "I think that we just want our kids to be happy, and do what they want to do, and support them," she told reporters at an event for The Heart Foundation last May. "In terms of modelling, it's like, I wouldn't talk them out of it, but I'm not pushing."