The 23-year-old daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost has become one to watch in the fashion space
Jude Law’s daughter Iris is turning heads!
The model, 23, attended the 2023 Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday — and she was dressed in an eye-catching look.
Iris wore a black cropped top — designed by Vivienne Westwood, per Glamour — that featured the word “SEX." The word was also created out of bones, which were then attached to the blouse with small chains.
She paired the top with a low-waisted burgundy maxi skirt, while her pixie cut was slicked down with a loose ringlet curl hanging in front of her face and another one on the side of her head.
Reposting a video of her on the red carpet, the star — who is the daughter of Jude and ex-wife Sadie Frost — looked stunning as she sported nude strappy heels. She accessorized the look with white gold hoop earrings by David Yurman.
Like her godmother, Kate Moss, Iris has appeared on many runways for many designers such as Versace, Missoni and Roberto Cavalli.
"Fashion is something that I've always been hugely interested in since I was younger and it's an important part of my family," Iris told British Vogue in 2020. "My dad always encouraged me and my siblings to express ourselves through our clothes and choose what we liked."
In 2017, she was also named a Burberry Beauty ambassador and became Dior Beauty's U.K. ambassador in 2021.
Iris also starred in the 2022 Hulu miniseries, Pistol, as well as the 2021 film, I've Been Trying to Tell You.
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She revealed in 2021 that she gets great acting tips from her dad.
"I tape [auditions] with my dad. He gives me great tips," she told the Evening Standard at the time. "But more generally I've been brought up with morals, not necessarily to do with acting but for life. I've always been told to be polite, to be on time, to be attentive, to work really hard."
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