Iris Law shows off her taut midriff in a crop top and distressed jeans in New York during Fashion Week
Iris Law showed off her taut midriff as she stepped out in New York during Fashion Week on Friday.
Adding a pop of colour to her look, she accessorised with a chartreuse crossbody bag from Kate Spade New York.
Iris added a pair of quirky sandals and slick her bright blonde hair back from her face.
To complete her outfit, she opted for a very subtle makeup look to enhance her features.
The daughter of Kate Moss, 20, and Iris stomped the streets of the Big Apple in semi-sheer mini dresses, sequin underwear and a pair of dramatic wings, reminiscent of the brand’s former Angels.
Victoria’s Secret made the decision to officially phase out their iconic Angels in 2021 after over two-decades of recruiting the world’s top models to hit the catwalk.
However the celebrity offspring looked notably like the models who had gone before them, in their scanty lingerie and ornate gold and black wings.
Lila wore black underwear layered with a see-through shift dress, which was heavily embellished with gold beading and teamed with short cowboy boots.
Meanwhile, Iris was modelling a complementary look, sporting a silver beaded dress with black lingerie and twisting black metal wings.
This time around, audiences will be treated to a ‘reimagined’ feature-length show on Amazon Prime Video that focuses on ’emerging global trailblazers’ instead of strictly lingerie-clad vixens.
Victoria’s Secret The Tour 2023 — the first VS fashion show in four years — will begin streaming on September 26th.
On Wednesday, Victoria Secret revealed some former and recent model’s who will be attending the star-studded event and also teased to ‘stay tuned’ to some other familiar faces which could make an appearance.
The underwear brand has launched the campaign to bring back models from the lingerie brand’s once-coveted Angels list alongside some newer faces.
Adriana Lima, Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge and Taylor Hill were among the Victoria’s Secret veterans to attend rhe event celebrating the revamp.The VS Fashion Show was cancelled four years ago after the brand adopted a more inclusive image, but executives recently revealed they planned on bringing it back this year.
In a press release, the brand stated the film will ‘unite fashion, film, art and culture featuring dynamic global creatives, top supermodels, musical talent and more.’
The movie will focus on ’emerging global trailblazers from a range of artistic disciplines, creating on their own terms.’