‘Vogue’ Embraces Celebrity Offspring

Zoë Kravitz, Gigi Hadid, and Lily-Rose Depp cover the March issues of ‘Vogue.’ (Photo: ‘Teen Vogue’ / ‘Vogue Paris’ / ‘Vogue Portugal’)

March magazines are hitting newsstands, and the Vogue cover stars share these commonalities: gorgeousness, famous parents, youth, and super raw looks. Lily-Rose Depp, 16, debuts bleach blonde hair with no eye makeup on the cover of Vogue Portugal, Gigi Hadid, 20, covers Vogue Paris in the buff, and Zoë Kravitz, 27, goes makeup-free on Teen Vogue’s March cover.

Lily-Rose Depp makes her ‘Vogue’ debut while also debuting platinum hair. (Photo: Vogue Portugal)

Lily-Rose Depp is blowing up on the modeling and acting scene. She’s the daughter of Johnny Depp and French singer and model Vanessa Paradis, and she only caught our attention in the last year but has already landed Vogue. Depp has modeled for Chanel, appeared in Oyster Magazine, and acted in Kevin Smith’s Tusk. She also has several films coming up, including a starring role as Isadora Duncan in Stephanie DiGiusto’s The Dancer. She’s also getting her voice heard as a member of the LGBTQ community. Taking after her famous parents, Depp is already a jack-of-all-trades at 16.

Gigi Hadid strips down for Vogue Paris. (Photo: Vogue Paris)

Vogue’s other cover girls are no exception to the busy lifestyle that evidently comes with being born into serious fortune. Gigi Hadid started as a reality TV personality on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills with her model mother Yolanda Foster. She, too, followed in her mother’s footsteps and at 20 has landed many Vogue covers before this one. Her boyfriend Zayn Malik isn’t shy about expressing his approval of her nude March Vogue Paris cover.

Zayn Malik approves of girlfriend Gigi Hadid’s nude ‘Vogue Paris’ cover shoot. (Photo: Twitter)

Zoe Kravitz goes au naturel on the cover of ‘Teen Vogue.’ (Photo: Teen Vogue)

Zoë Kravitz, the daughter of musician Lenny Kravitz and actress Lisa Bonet has followed in both of her parents’ footsteps with her band Lolawolf and her roles in movies like Mad Max, Divergent, and X-Men. She also appeared in Balenciaga’s spring 2016 campaign and Calvin Klein’s latest campaign alongside her mom. Kravitz may be over 25 but she’s no exception to the inheriting success.

All the girls are actors/models/whatever else their parents did before them. They’re redefining what it means to be a celebrity, and what it means to be a model. We’re not sure what this will mean for those coming up alongside them or for third generation celebs when the time comes, but one thing’s certain: they all look fantastic on the cover of Vogue.


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