Jude Law’s Daughter Iris Law’s Low-Rise Red Carpet Look Literally Screams ‘SEX’

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Written By Paklay Zablay

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Today in Nepo Baby news, Jude Law’s daughter Iris Law made quite the statement at the 2023 British Fashion Awards.

On December 4, the 23-year-old daughter of Law and Sadie Frost walked the red carpet with the word “SEX” emblazoned on her chest in bones. She paired the Vivienne Westwood crop top with an ultra low-slung burgundy maxi skirt, further leaning into the rockstar aesthetic with a slicked-down platinum blonde pixie cut. She added a bit of feminine contrast with a couple of loose ringlet curls.

Iris Law attends The Fashion Awards 2023 at the Royal Albert Hall on December 04, 2023.

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Law is already making a name for herself in the fashion world, which should come as no surprise given that her godmother is literally Kate Moss. In recent years, Law has walked the runways for multiple notable design houses and attended her first Met Gala at just 21.

“I was taken home from the hospital in a Burberry baby carrier,” the model told Vogue at opening of the fashion brand’s pop-up in Seoul, South Korea back in April. “That’s actually my earliest memory of the brand because we used to have a photo of it at home.”

Iris Law walks the Missoni runway in 2022…

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Walking the Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture show at Paris Fashion Week in January 2023.

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And walking the Burberry show at London Fashion Week in February 2023.

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Despite quotes like that, it appears Law has managed to avoid wading into the popular discourse surrounding nepotism and privilege in the entertainment industry (perhaps she learned something from the Lily-Rose Depp controversy).

No matter your opinion on Jude Law’s daughter, you can’t deny she knows how to work a red carpet and a runway.


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