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Cindy Crawford's model daughter Kaia Gerber dazzles in denim for Hudson Jeans


Kaia Gerber is continuing to build her fashion portfolio with a new campaign for Hudson Jeans.The 15-year-old daughter of modelling icon Cindy Crawford is quickly becoming one of the hottest models in the business since becoming the face of Marc Jacobs and posing for glossy magazines including Vogue Paris and LOVE.

Her latest job is just as impressive as she shows off her style chops in the new Autumn '17 advertisements for denim brand Hudson Jeans, in which she's joined by Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, the son of Oscar-winning actor Daniel Day-Lewis and French beauty Isabelle Adjani.

 

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Kaia looks fantastic in the latest fashion campaign for Hudson Jeans

Kaia can be seen wearing an array of trendy pieces, from a pair of fitted jeans with a bomber jacket to a pair of dark shiny denim flares.

Meanwhile Gabriel-Kane, also an up and coming model, looks just like his famous father as he gazes at the camera in jeans, a T-shirt and a denim jacket, with his tattooed arms on show. In another image he rocks a leather biker jacket with a check shirt and jeans.

French photographer Patrick Demarchelier, who recently shot Bella Hadid for the cover of Vogue China, helmed the Hudson Jeans shoot, while David Lipman was in charge of art direction.

 

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Hudson Jeans introduced latest muse Kaia on their Instagram account

Both campaign stars, who make their apparel debut with the venture, shared shots on Instagram, with Kaia simply captioning her picture, "hudson", while the handsome 22-year-old wrote alongside his snap, "New @hudsonjeans A / W campaign".

Kaia previously spoke about what she hopes to achieve in the fashion industry, explaining to Refinery29 that she relies on social media to give fans a glimpse of her true self.

"I just hope that people see models as not so untouchable and more relatable, since they can see into your everyday life rather than just seeing you on the cover of a magazine in full hair and make-up," she added.

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