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Iris Law is 'on the verge of signing with Chanel'

Published 05/09/2016

Iris Law
Iris Law

Jude Law and Sadie Frost's daughter Iris Law might be the new face of Chanel.

Iris Law is apparently eyeing up a contract with Chanel.

The 15-year-old daughter of former model Sadie Frost and actor Jude Law, has been making waves in the fashion industry thanks to a recent spread in Teen Vogue and a campaign for Violetta Fancies You x Illustrated People. Now, according to sources, the teenager has been approached by iconic French fashion house Chanel for a lucrative role.

“Iris has been courted by a big fashion house in Paris offering a six-figure contract,” a Mail Online insider explained. “She is already advertising on her Facebook page that she ‘works for Chanel’.

“Sadie isn’t stupid. She’s been a model herself and knows her daughter could make a lot of money.”

It’s not yet known what Iris would be doing with the brand, but her involvement would see her follow in the footsteps of big names like Lily Collins, Kristen Stewart and Keira Knightley.

Iris’ mother Sadie certainly didn’t deny the rumour when quizzed about her daughter becoming a Chanel model under the helm of Karl Lagerfeld over the weekend (3-4Sep16), telling reporters: “I can’t tell you any of that stuff, it’s all a big secret.

“You shouldn’t be asking me those things because there’s contracts and stuff.”

Iris’ famous godmother, supermodel Kate Moss, has also modelled for Chanel in the past and became a favourite of creative director Karl. In her Teen Vogue interview, the teenager spoke credited her mother for her interest in fashion and spoke about her love for photography.

"I'll shoot someone, usually a friend, and then I'll base a very intricate oil painting off of that picture," she smiled. "I aim to show the realness of a person and really capture them as an individual - I like painting eyes and veins under the skin."

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