Iris Law shot by Luke Freeman in her first ad campaign.
2015 was the year of the famous spawn: Kaia Gerber, daughter of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, made her grownup modeling debut with spreads in Vogue Italia and CR Fashion Book; Sailor Brinkley Cook, Christie Brinkley’s kid, was shot for Town & Country; Brooklyn Beckham was on the cover of Miss Vogue; more Baldwins came out of the woodwork; and the sons of Pierce Brosnan, Val Kilmer, and Gary Oldman all walked for Saint Laurent. But possibly the biggest public coming-out of a famous kid was Rafferty Law, the 18-year-old offspring of Jude Law and Sadie Frost—that is, until his sister came along.
Iris Law, 15, has landed a campaign for Violetta Fancies You x Illustrated People. The teenager, one of the couple’s three kids together, appears in the ads with her hair styled in Bantu knots, sporting a dark Bordeaux-colored lip, and a face displaying all her teenage angst to match. She also wears silk PJs—a black top with “I’d rather be sleeping” written in cursive on the back, and polka dot pants, designed to be worn in and out of bed—from stylist and photographer Phoebe-Lettice Thompson’s collaboration with Illustrated People, a London-based label targeted at the Topshop/Urban Outfitters/Nasty Girl set.
It appears Iris’s foray into the fashion world isn’t just a one-off, seeing as she’s held modeling aspirations for quite some time. While she hasn’t tweeted since 2012, the description on her profile reads, “future model. daughter of Jude Law.” She also appeared in a photo shoot with her parents in a 2002 Vogue feature, has posed for tons of paparazzi shots that she expertly hammed it up for, and even made a cameo in her mother’s first directorial effort, Mrs. Olsen.
Up next: Rudy Law, 13, Sophia Law, 6, and as-yet-unidentified Baby Girl Law, 1.