The pair prove once again the supermodel genes run strong in their family

By Emily Kirkpatrick
Updated June 09, 2016 02:33 PM

Although Kaia Gerber‘s modeling career has been taking off over the last few months, landing one major campaign and editorial after the next, she hasn’t quite reached the first-name only status of a Kendall or Gigi (though she has enlisted their stylist). But if she keeps landing major campaigns — especially alongside supermodel mama Cindy Crawford — the 14-year-old may not be far off from the realms of the mono-monikered models.

Credit: Laurie Lynn courtesy Chrome Hearts

Laurie Lynn/Courtesy Chrome Hearts

This isn’t the first time the genetically blessed duo have posed together either. The pair shot their first high fashion editorial and cover for a little magazine called Vogue Paris back in March. This is not also Gerber’s first time posing for Chrome Hearts; her first official shoot for the brand launched in February. The new photos, featured in the brand’s magazine, showcase the mother-daughter pair in two extremely different looks.

Laurie Lynn/Courtesy Chrome Hearts

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Laurie Lynn/Courtesy Chrome Hearts

For the shots inside the magazine’s pages Crawford dons a bobbed, retro-style black wig, rocking some equally sixties eye makeup, proving she’s better than any department store mannequin and could single-handedly make giant pom-pom dresses a thing.

In the cover shot, Crawford continues to wear the short wig, pairing it with and a strappy, latex one-piece, while her daughter keeps things super casual and age-appropriate in Converse and an oversized sweatshirt emblazoned with her OG supermodel mom’s name.

Laurie Lynn/Courtesy Chrome Hearts

Though she’s still just easing into her teenage years, Kaia already has a resume that models twice her age would kill for. And with still two more years to go until she can legally hit the catwalk, she still has plenty of time to perfect her smize.

What do you think of this model mother-daughter jewelry campaign?

–Emily Kirkpatrick