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Leni Klum is continuing to follow in her model mother Heidi Klum’s footsteps – this time, by appearing in Berlin Fashion Week.
The young model, 16, took part in an editorial film for the mostly-virtual fashion week, where she was styled by Vogue Germany’s Editor-in-Chief Christiane Arp.
Leni Klum also shared some photos onto her Instagram, writing, “My first Job for the @mbfw.berlin.”
Her mom commented, “L❤️ VE.”
In the video exhibition, the young model presents designs from Steinrohner, Michael Sontag, Lala Berlin and more. One of the designs in the video is by Esther Perbrandt, who was the runner-up in “Making The Cut,” the 2020 design reality competition hosted by Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn.
The cover photo sees Heidi Klum, 47, planting a smooch on her teen daughter’s cheek. In another photo, the mother rests her head on her daughter’s shoulder.
“Sixteen is a good age” to start modeling, Heidi Klum told the magazine. “If you are allowed to drive a car, you can also have an official Instagram account and show your face. And to be allowed to start with a Vogue cover is an insane privilege.”
Leni Klum told the magazine that “it was only a matter of time” before she followed in her mom’s footsteps.