Colleen Kratofil
December 08, 2016 04:51 PM

Lily Rose Depp and Sofia Richie’s weren’t the only celeb kids to walk in Chanel’s annual Métiers d’Art show Tuesday. Upon further inspection, there were many, many more famous faces sashaying around the Ritz Paris salon.

We already knew Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel’s creative director, loves collaborating with Hollywood offspring for his shows and campaigns. The Pinkett-Smith kids, Ava Phillippe (and Depp and Richie of course) have been known to roll in his squad, but this year he also featured eight other models from über famous families. We included everyone you didn’t see, but definitely should know about. Because when your major runway debuts happens on the Chanel catwalk, you’re destined for greatness.

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First up is one-third of the Stallone trio, Sylvester Stallone’s middle daughter, 18-year-old Sistine. All three of his girls have become red carpet staples, accompanying him to movie premieres and award shows (they’re even going to be Miss Golden Globes for the 2017 awards!). But Sistine is following in her model mom Jennifer Flavin’s footsteps. She was named Vogue‘s “fresh face to watch”  and has worked on campaigns for Fay and Chrome Hearts.

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Just when we thought Kate Moss’s little sis Lottie Moss’s résumé hit an all-time high with a Vogue Paris cover, she lands a spot on the Chanel runway. The 18-year-old clearly learned from the best, channeling her sister’s signature stare.

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Ray Liotta’s 18-year-old daughter, Karsen Liotta, is also a model-on-the-rise. She’s signed with IMG models, has been featured in Teen Vogue and also has plans to pursue an acting career like her father. And although she called walking the Chanel runway “a dream” on Instagram, she’s actually been dressed by the brand before, when she accompanied her dad to the SAG Awards in January.

Thank you @chanelofficial for dressing me!

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You may know legendary music producer Quincy Jones’ two eldest daughters, Rashida Jones and Kidada Jones, but his 23-year-old daughter Kenya Kinski Jones (whose mom is German actress and former model Nastassja Kinski) is also going places — and fast. Along with walking the Chanel runway, she’s had some other big-time designer modeling gigs — she’s one of the faces of Stella McCartney’s Pop fragrance!

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Mick Jagger’s 24-year-old daughter Georgia May returned to the Chanel runway after a few seasons off. She previously walked in the Chanel Cruise Collection in 2010 and the 2015 Spring/Summer ready-to-wear collection show.

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While another Rolling Stones member, Keith Richards had a family member in the show. His granddaughter, Ella Rose Richards, took a spin on the catwalk too. (She’s the daughter of Marlon Richards (Keith’s son) and former model (and niece of Yves Saint Laurent muse Loulou de la Falaise) Lucie de la Falaise.) She’s walked in numerous Fashion Week shows, posed in countless fashion editorials and just modeled with her mom for Stella McCartney.

With my mama for @stellamccartney by @fr3nchiejane 💐💐💕

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Métiers d'Arts @chanelofficial #ParisCosmopolite

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Next up, 17-year-old Selah Marley, the daughter of Lauryn Hill and former football player Rohan Marley (whose dad is Bob Marley!). She’s dabbling in both singing and modeling, but in addition to the Chanel runway, she’s walked for Yeezy Season 4 and landed a Calvin Klein campaign.

Yeezy SS17

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#mycalvins @calvinklein CK F16 shot by: Tyrone Lebon

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And finally, another legendary musician, Bob Dylan, has his offspring in the show — his 22-year-old grandson Levi Dylan. He’s the son of Jakob Dylan and actress and writer Paige Dylan and has said in the past he tries to avoid runway work: “I try not to do that stuff because those guys are really tall,” he told The Cut.

Guess when Uncle Karl asks, exceptions must be made.

Who are you most surprised to see walk the show? Share in the comments below.

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