Nicole Richie is no stranger to drawing fashion inspiration from new and surprising places, but she recently pulled a piece from one very unexpected wardrobe: Her six-year-old daughter Harlow’s.
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The modeling genes are strong in the Beckham family. From dad David’s smoldering ads for H&M to eldest son Brooklyn’s high-style photoshoot for T Magazine, they were already candidates for the “Most Gorgeous Family Alive” award. Now Romeo, 12, might have given them a lock on that title, thanks to his starring role in Burberry’s “festive campaign” for the holidays.
Quvenzhané Wallis doesn’t have to wait until “Tomorrow” for her dreams to come true — the sun is already shining brightly on the 10-year-old actress. That’s because the Annie star has just been named the new face of Giorgio Armani’s kids line, Armani Junior.
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Kristin Cavallari may have started her career in reality TV, but the starlet has recently changed gears into family and fashion, thanks to the birth of now-6-week-old son Camden Jack and her shoe collection for Chinese Laundry.
It’s no surprise, then, that when picking a push present for his fiancée, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler went with something super-stylish.
The first time fashion scout Monica Hillman laid eyes on little Valentina Guerrero, she knew she’d found a beauty.
“Her eyes and her smile,” says Hillman, “touched my heart.”
Discovered by Hillman, a scout for Spanish fashion designer Dolores Cortés, Valentina — featured in PEOPLE this week — is considered the first child model with Down syndrome to land a campaign with a noteworthy fashion designer.
As the face of DC Kids, Cortés’s children’s swimwear line, 10-month-old Valentina made her runway debut July 20 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2013 in Miami.
“The crowd went nuts!” her mom Cecilia Elizalde, a Miami-based TV host, tells PEOPLE of the response to Valentina, who was carried out by Cortés at the end of the show.
Though Valentina isn’t the first child with Down syndrome to model — others have been in ads for Target, Nordstrom and Toys”R”Us — with her new campaign, she’s one of the most high-profile.
Gwen Stefani admits it: It’s not easy to look like her.
“The makeup goes on every day,” she confesses in the November issue of InStyle. “Even if I’m not going anywhere.”
The Old Hollywood look is inspired by a mix of muses including Lucille Ball and Marilyn Monroe — “I do my roots as often as [she] did hers” — as well as figuring out what worked at an early age. “When I was 17, my grandmother got me a gift pack with all these different colored lipsticks, and one of them was burgundy,” she tells the mag. “I tried it on and looked in the rear-view mirror and said, ‘That looks good.’ I’ve worn it ever since.”
Being married to a rock star is an added incentive; she often dresses to impress hubby Gavin Rossdale. “It was like my own runway. I thought, ‘You are being such an idiot!'” she admits of trying on five outfits before leaving the house for a date. Apparently, Rossdale is a hard act to follow: “He looks good in everything.”
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When we saw Rachel Zoe’s son Skyler in baby-sized sunglasses, we literally went bananas. So sweet, and so chic! But seeing Zoe herself in similar frames? Too much! The celebrity stylist, who returns to Bravo next month on season four of The Rachel Zoe Project, recently protected her little guy from the sun in circular shades similar to hers. We knew he was going to grow up as a stylish kid — he already rides in a Missoni Bugaboo stroller — but who knew he’d be so fashionable at just 3 months? Let’s just say, we die.
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