Johnny Depp’s Daughter Lily Rose is the New Face of Chanel

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Lily Rose Depp is following in the footsteps of her famous parents—megastar Johnny Depp and model-actress mother Vanessa Paradis—and is the new face of Chanel‘s latest campaign.

The 16-year-old stunner has landed the luxury French fashion brand’s latest eyewear campaign for its Pearl collection, which is out in September.

In the add, Depp, a spitting image of her mother, sports round frames dotted with pearl white beads, a picture-perfect face and a strong mauve lip.

She is depicted as a “baby doll in a world imbued with sweetness and femininity”—a look that she captures perfectly here.

This is not the teenager’s first time at the rodeo, so to speak, given that she made her modeling debut last year at the age of 15 in the Australian fashion magazine Oyster. 

The portraits and video ad were shot by Chanel’s enigmatic designer Karl Lagerfeld, who said of his new model and muse, “Lily-Rose is ravishing, she is a girl from the new generation with star qualities.”

Lagerfeld also cast the ingenue in his recent Chanel Haute Couture show (which she attended with her mother, who has been modeling for the fashion house since 1990) as well as other fashion A-listers like Kristen Stewart, Rita Ora and Julianne Moore.

The sky is the limit for this celeb offspring, whose parents also happen to be starring in simultaneous luxury commercials. Paradis is currently appearing in Jean-Paul Goude’s commercial for Coco perfume swinging sexily from a life-sized birdcage, while Depp has been announced as the face of Christian Dior’s forthcoming men’s scent.

She has joined the ranks of other celebrity offspring models such as Patrick Schwarzenegger, Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid, Kaia Gerber, Dylan Penn, Rafferty Law, Romeo and Brooklyn Beckham, Georgia May Jagger, Hailey Baldwin, Dree Hemingway and Dylan Brosnan. 

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