Lily-Rose Depp, the obscenely attractive offspring of French crooner/Chanel muse Vanessa Paradis and actor Johnny Depp, is putting her overwhelmingly blessed genetic makeup to good use in her modeling debut for Oyster magazine, Fashionista reports.
Her first foray into modeling, Lily-Rose looks like the spitting image of her mother in outtakes from the sun- drenched photo shoot that the teen posted to Instagram. Donning a wide-brim bonnet tied at the neck in one shot, the first-time model looks deeply and intensely into photographer Dana Boulous' camera.
The photo shoot may be moody, but the 15-year-old has a cheerful demeanor, revealing to the magazine in an accompanying interview that she's a big Future fan, more of a "lol" girl than a "haha" girl when texting, and would love the superpower of flying.
With this shoot and her appearance at last month's Chanel show, it appears Lily-Rose is dipping her toe in the fashion pool — a pool which has become increasingly filled with the genetically-advantaged progeny of Hollywood giants (Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Dylan Frances Penn, Hailey Baldwin, Zoë Kravitz).
Whether she'll be sticking to the route her parents forged is yet to be seen, but without question, she looks like she was born to do this.
Check out the rest of Lily-Rose's spread and interview with Oyster here.
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