The 17-year-old model rocked a stunning tribute at an event in London on Thursday.
Looks like style and great fashion sense runs in the Hurley family.
Elizabeth Hurley's son, Damian, channeled one of his mom's most iconic looks during a high-profile event in London on Thursday night. The 17-year-old model attended the launch of Pat McGrath Labs’s new "Sublime Perfection the System," where he stepped out in a black, double-breasted Versace suit that featured a slew of gold safety pins on the side.
The sleek ensemble was reminiscent of the jaw-dropping deep-V safety pin Versace number that the stunning actress wore when she accompanied Hugh Grant to the 1994 premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Earlier this year, Elizabeth stunned in a recreation of the Versace gown that catapulted her to fame. The actress wore it for the April issue of Harper's Bazaar, where she revealed that she "was so unprepared for what happened that night."
Donatella Versace told the magazine that her late brother, Gianni Verace, designed the dress for "a woman who is sure of herself and who isn’t afraid to break the rules," qualities that Hurley embodied "in an extraordinary way."
In the magazine, Elizabeth revealed that the original design still fit, but that it didn't mean that she would wear it today, calling its new version “more demure."
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Elizabeth Hurley Says She Was 'Unprepared' for Reaction to Her Versace Pin Dress as She Recreates the Look