Kate Moss' daughter Lila Moss is following in her mother's supermodel footsteps and making waves on the international runways.
The 18-year-old made her debut for Italian fashion house Miu Miu on Tuesday during a virtually streamed event.
Kate made her runway debut for Dolce & Gabbana at the same age as her daughter in 1992, after being scouted as a 14-year-old in 1988 at JFK Airport in New York.
However, it was Lila who had heads turning, appearing a total pro on the runway in a 90s-inspired pink sequined halter top and sequin mini skirt.
Her second look was a blue baby doll dress with a yellow bow, and her final look was a structured power blazer.
While her mum couldn't be in the front row, the exclusive guest list instead watched the show virtually from home.
Suki Waterhouse and Alexa Chung were among the A-list guests in attendance at the fashionable event.
It was reported by the Mail On Sunday that fashionistas are suggesting that Moss senior is masterminding her daughter's style and her fledgling career.
Industry sources reported that Kate's priorities have shifted from her own career to launching her only daughter onto the fashion scene.
Lila is the principal client at the Kate Moss Agency, which also boasts singer Rita Ora and Game Of Thrones actress Gwendoline Christie.
Lila has ditched her publishing executive father Jefferson Hack's surname and is now known simply as Lila Moss.
Kate's work as a momager appears to be paying off, as last month Lila was unveiled as the face of the new Perfect perfume by Marc Jacobs.