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Jude Law's son Rafferty makes catwalk debut
Jude Law's son Rafferty made his catwalk debut on Sunday as he walked the runway for DKNY Men during London Collections: Men.
The 17-year-old took centre stage during the opening night of the men's fashion week, looking cool in a baggy ensemble from the New York label.
Famous dad Jude, who is the face of Dior Homme Sport, had turned out to support his teenage son and watched the catwalk show from the front row. His mother Sadie Frost was not in attendance.
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Rafferty Law has clearly inherited his father's good looks
Rafferty'sfirst modelling gig was for tailoring brand Tiger of Sweden.
He was signed up to star in their new advertising campaign – a short film entitled A Different Cut in which he models the retailer's latest offerings.
Raffi, as he is known, stars alongside a cast of six other 'London creatives', and is introduced as 'the rebel'.
The teenager showed off his edgy side in the catwalk show
Wearing a selection of tailored shirts and suits, along with rings and earrings, Raffi perfectly embodies the brand’s rock and roll ethos.
In an East London accent he says straight to the camera, "To be above the cut, you've got to think a little different."
It wasn’t the first time the teenager has caught the fashion world's attention – he appeared in the June 2012 issue of British Vogue. He was shot by Alasdair McLellan for Francesca Burns's shoot London Pride, where he reimagined the Lambeth Walk with Pixie Geldof on London's Southbank.
Raffi is the son of Jude and Sadie, who were married for six years before divorcing in 2003. They are also parents to daughter Iris and another son Rudy.
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