Kate Moss' daughter Lila is the new face of Marc Jacobs Beauty
Good genes run in the family
We've all seen the stratospheric rise of Cindy Crawford's daughter Kaia Gerber in recent seasons and now another supermodels' offspring is making her mark in the industry. It was revealed overnight that Lila Moss-Hack, the 16-year old daughter of Kate Moss, has just landed her very first beauty campaign with none other than Marc Jacobs Beauty (coincidentally, Kaia has also been a face of the brand in the past but recently moved across to YSL Beauty).
Bearing more than a passing resemblance to her famous mother, Lila is pictured in her first campaign image sporting a lilac cat eye and seriously perfect skin.
Speaking of casting the youngster, Jacobs wrote on Instagram, "When I met Lila Moss for the first time in 2008, I was on a holiday in Ibiza and went to Formentera for the day to visit with her mum, Kate Moss, and other friends and family. At just 6 years old, Lila's strong character, demeanour and great beauty was already very apparent. The next time I saw Lila was in August of 2011 at Kate's wedding, her character was even more dynamic and her beauty even greater. This past July is that last time I saw Lila when Kate brought her to the set of our Marc Beauty campaign shoot with David Sims. It was a bit surreal to have Kate in the studio with Lila as it brought back memories of the first time I met Kate when she was 18 years old and cast to walk for the Perry Elli Spring/Summer 1993 Grunge Collection... Lila's beauty, composure, patience and kindness made this project even more special than I could have imagined. With each look we photographed, she got into each character effortlessly and gracefully. Thank you, Lila, for being a part of this extremely special project and thank you Kate Moss and Jefferson Hack."
The full campaign is set to be revealed in the coming months and the Spring collection Lila is modelling will be available in store from February 2019.
We suspect this won't be the last we see of Lila between now and then...