VICTOR CRUZ WITH KENNEDY
Pro wide receiver Victor Cruz’s daughter Kennedy, 6, was all styles and smiles as she walked in Thursday’s Rookie USA fashion show hand in hand with her football-pro father.
Eric Winter and Roselyn Sanchez were laughing and smiling during the show as they watched their 6-year-old daughter Sebella “Sebi” Rose model some pint-sized pieces.
AZARIAH CARTAGENA WITH D'LILA STAR AND JESSIE JAMES COMBS
Host Fat Joe’s daughter Azariah strolled down the runway with Sean “Diddy” Combs’ 11-year-old twin daughters Jessie James and D’Lila Star. The trio rocked head-to-toe Jordan brand garb, including gold leggings.
“I support whatever she wants,” Fat Joe told PEOPLE when asked whether he’d allow Azariah to model full time. “My daughter is my world, so whatever she wants to do, it’s all right with me.”
Although Travis Barker’s daughter Alabama Luella, 12, might take after her musician father in a future career, she still had a blast participating alongside brother Landon Asher, 14, in their first runway show.
“She was watching videos of people walking catwalks,” Barker told PEOPLE of his daughter with a laugh. “She was doing her homework.”
BEATRIX COYLE AND ZOIE HERPIN
“I am very excited and I am very confident about this,” Zoie told PEOPLE ahead of the show, which was the sisters’ first.
She added of a possible future career in modeling, “I kind of want to. I’ve done two acting things so far, but I really want to start doing more stuff like that because I just enjoy it so much. It’s fun to perform for people.”
TABOO WITH JETT, JALEN AND JAMESON
JANA KRAMER WITH JOLIE
Jana Kramer’s 2-year-old daughter Jolie Rae wasn’t the happiest camper at the beginning of the event, but she was stoked to walk the runway in her mama’s arms.
DJ KHALED AND NICOLE TUCK WITH ASAHD
DJ Khaled went the usual matching route with son Asahd, 15 months, who walked with his dad and mom Nicole Tuck. The trio were the last walkers of the night, emerging to cheers from the other families in attendance.
DJ KHALED WITH ASAHD
“Were doing it for a beautiful cause, the Asahd Khaled Initiative,” Fat Joe told PEOPLE of the show. “My little nephew already has a charity for the inner-city youth, and the underprivileged, so I’m happy to be the host.”