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Iris Law turns heads in a knitted cut-out sweater and yellow body harness at Loewe show during PFW

Iris Law turns heads in a mauve knitted cut-out sweater and edgy yellow body harness as she makes an unmissable arrival at Loewe show during PFW

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She’s one of the breakout stars from this year’s fashion season.

And Iris Law was in attendance at the Loewe Womenswear Spring/Summer 2022 show during Paris Fashion Week on Friday.

The model, 20, certainly turned heads as she rocked up in a mauve knitted cut-out sweater featuring a blue leather bustier. 

Stylish: She's one of the breakout stars from this year's fashion season

Fashion forward: Iris Law, 20, turned heads in a mauve knitted cut-out sweater with an edgy yellow body harness as she made an unmissable arrival at Loewe show during PFW on Friday

She layered the edgy number beneath an unmissable yellow leather body harness and completed her ensemble with a pair of baggy denim jeans.

The daughter of Jude Law strutted her way through the French capital in a pair of black trainers featuring silver studs and enhanced her natural beauty with a light touch of make-up.

Her bleached buzzcut stood her out from the crowd as she swept past onlookers during her very own street-side runway show.

Centre of attention: Jude Law's daughter strutted her way through the French capital in a pair of black trainers featuring silver studs

Beauty: She enhanced her natural beauty with a light touch of make-up

Centre of attention: Jude Law’s daughter strutted her way through the French capital in a pair of black trainers featuring silver studs

Stunning: Her edgy bleached buzzcut stood her out from the crowd as she swept past onlookers during her very own street-side runway show

Stunning: Her edgy bleached buzzcut stood her out from the crowd as she swept past onlookers during her very own street-side runway show

Sadie Frost’s offspring debuted her striking hairdo cut back in July.

At the time, the beauty discussed with Vogue how she had shaved her head for her role as Soo Catwoman in the upcoming series, Pistol.

She said: ‘I wanted to do something that felt liberating. The day I shaved my head, I changed my life. I’ve never done anything like that before.

Monochrome: Miss Fame opted for a black and white ensemble

Edgy: Rossy de Palma followed suit but gave her look a parisian twist

Monochrome: Miss Fame (L) and Rossy de Palma (R) opted for black and white ensembles

Fashionista: Model Caroline Daur wore a tasseled cape over her Asymmetric skirt

Fashionista: Model Caroline Daur wore a tasseled cape over her Asymmetric skirt

‘I looked in the mirror and thought it was going to be emotional but it wasn’t. It felt so positive.’  

Her first runway appearance was at Paris Fashion Week in 2019 for Miu Miu, part of the fashion house Prada. 

Last year, Iris discussed growing up with famous parents and how she is managing with her newly found fame in an interview with ES Magazine.

She said her parents, who divorced following six years of marriage in 2003, had given her normality in her childhood despite their A-list status. 

Legs for days: One model flashed her toned pins in a tiny pair of red bottoms combined with a light brown bomber jacket

Wow! British designer Jonathan Anderson is the mastermind behind the spectacular garments

Wow! British designer Jonathan Anderson is the mastermind behind the spectacular garments 

Futuristic: Some models sported colorful bowl cut hairstyles with their futuristic attire

Out of this world: Interesting shapes and fresh cuts were seen on the catwalk

Futuristic: Some models sported colorful bowl cut hairstyles with their futuristic attire

Iris explained: ‘My dad was really young. He’d had all his kids [with Frost] by 30. Mum, too. She also had a baby face.   

‘I can never tell [her age] in pictures, I’ll say, “What, you had three kids by that age?” She looks 17.’

Recalling her own memories of that time eating snacks on Primose Hill, she said: ‘My parents weren’t rock ‘n’ roll when I was growing up, they were just my parents. 

‘Everyone’s parents were rock ‘n’ roll when they were young. That’s not a crazy thing.’ 

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