Jude Law’s Daughter, Iris Law, Is the New Burberry Beauty

It is true. Like father and mother, like daughter.

The daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, Iris Law, has just made it into the International limelight as Burberry Beauty’s new face. Iris is now following the same elegant footsteps of British models such as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Cara Delevingne, and Jourdan Dunn. The 16-year-old daughter of two seasoned actors will front the Burberry Liquid Lip Velvet advertisements during her first modelling campaign.

“Burberry is such an iconic brand and it’s an honor to be part of the Burberry family and to be starring in a global campaign for them,” Iris said in a recent press release.

The popularity of the Burberry lip launch has made the new line of lip products very sought after. Eight of the fourteen shades have already flown out the shelves on Sephora.com since the line’s release in January. It is expected that this campaign could very well bring Jude Law’s stunning eldest daughter mainstream modelling success and then some.

Iris now basks in the ranks of Romeo and Brooklyn Beckham, Lily-Rose Depp, and Kaia Gerber—all new models with celebrity parents. Will Iris achieve the “It Girl” status? The adoring fan of Kate Moss has already taken care of the look.

Below are the three basic things you need to know about the beautiful Iris Law:

She is into effortless makeup. “I like to experiment but, for every day, I usually wear blush, natural colors, and mascara on both my top and bottom lashes,”

She has the “Model-Off-Duty Style”. “Sometimes it’s a bit tomboyish and more girly at other times, but I like to be comfortable. That’s important,”

She takes after her mom. “On the Burberry shoot, Wendy Rowe did a fresh dewy skin, simple eye, and a strong red lip. I really like this look because it’s timeless and it reminded me of all the old pictures of my mum (Sadie Frost) when she was in her twenties—so iconic!”

Being reminded of her mom’s younger look was more than enough for Iris to transform into the Burberry face that the company and its clients wanted.

Indeed, the apple does not fall far from the tree.