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Jude Law’s Daughter Iris Lands Her First ‘Teen Vogue’ Shoot: See the 15-Year-Old’s Pics!

by Rachel McRady 2:37 AM PDT, August 16, 2016
Playing Jude Law’s Daughter Iris Lands Her First ‘Teen Vogue’ Shoot: See the 15-Year-Old’s Pics!

Beauty and talent clearly run in the family! Iris Law, the 15-year-old daughter of Jude Law and his ex-wife, Sadie Frost, has scored her first Teen Vogue shoot.

The creative beauty doesn’t disappoint, posing for the fashion mag in a collared button-up top and skirt with clashing prints. Iris was featured in the magazine as part of its “#ForGirlsByGirls” issue, which was photographed entirely by female photographers.

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The teen is a photographer herself, in addition to dabbling in modeling and painting. But she’s not just another crop top-obsessed celebrity kid.

Photo: Teen Vogue

“I really like vintage blouses with feminine lace detailing — I’ll usually wear them with black trousers and trainers,” she told the mag. “I also usually have rings on every finger apart from the thumb. Most birthdays or Christmases my dad will get me a ring from Annina Vogel.”

In case you’re wondering, those can retail between $450 and more than $1,000 per ring.

Iris has already modeled for Miu Miu’s 2017 Resort campaign and lists her fashion designer mom as one of her style inspirations.

Only cause I want these trousers :(

A photo posted by Iris Law (@lirisaw) on

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“I like looking at pictures of my mom when she was around my age and seeing her makeup and little dresses,” she said. “I was always really interested in what she was wearing growing up and did quite creative things with how I dressed myself.”

Law, 43, and Frost, 51, were married from 1997 until 2003. They also share sons Rafferty and Rudy. And if Iris didn’t already have excellent genes and her own creative streak, her godmother is supermodel Kate Moss.

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