Cindy Crawford's 16-year-old daughter walked her first runway Thursday night during New York Fashion Week. His debut was impressive, Gerber modeled for Raf Simon's show by Calvin Klein. SHe wore gold satin trousers, a color-block button shirt, and a blue turtleneck.
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She completed her look with leather boots and a shoulder bag in black and red. Gerber's make-up was minimal, as her hair used it split in half and around her shoulders.
Her older brother, Presley Gerber, 18, posted on Instagram a video of the beautiful teenager walking the red carpet, while he encouraged her in the front row.
Gerber expressed his emotion for the first of what will surely be many parades. He wrote in social networks, "CALVIN KLEIN! There are no words to describe how I feel, I love you infinitely Raf!".
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The expected performance was attended by many well-known faces, including Jake Gyllenhaal, Paris Jackson, Millie Bobby Brown, Brooke Shields, Anna Wintour, Christina Ricci and Lupita Nyong'o.
Although the bar is high for Kaia, since her mother is the legendary Cindy Crawford, we bet the veteran supermodel is proud of her little one. In May, E! News had the scoop on the best advice Crawford has given Gerber:
"My mom always told me to stay true to myself, I do not think people remember that enough about girls," Kaia shared. "People may try to change in this industry. Keeping their feet on the ground and remembering who you are has helped me through this."
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Fashion fans can expect to see a lot more of Kaia at this week's NYFW Spring 2018. Cindy told WWD that she will "chaperone" her daughter throughout the week, although it is unclear whether she attended the show on Thursday.
Cindy said to the middle, "My advice to her-it would be the same if she were going to college or starting a job in a clothing store- would be: be punctual, professional, do not be a diva, jump out of your phone. of very talented people, absorb information, listen, look, keep your eyes open, you must be present and enjoy it.