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At this point, there shouldn't be a shred of doubt in our minds that when a young, beautiful member of a modeling family emerges onto the scene, he or she will bubble straight to the top — for a short time, at the very least. While we wait for Anwar Hadid, who signed with IMG in February, to follow his sisters into the highest echelon of modeling gigs, Lottie Moss is starting to live up to her own (considerably more intimidating) familial legacy. Cuddled up against consummate teen dream Lucky Blue Smith, Moss — Kate's sister, yes — appears on the May cover of Vogue Paris.
Coming on the heels of a L'Officiel cover and Vogue editorial with Kylie Jenner and Bella Hadid, this is Moss's most prestigious job to date. I'd say she's moved from "possibly a thing" to "definitely a thing."
Vogue Paris has apparently been in a family-friendly mood lately; Cindy Crawford and her lookalike daughter, Kaia Gerber, appeared on the cover of its April issue. (A fully naked Gigi Hadid preceded that adorable mother-daughter shoot, of course.)