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Jude Law's daughter Iris stuns in Teen Vogue

The teenager named her mom, actress Sadie Frost, as her fashion inspiration.

By Annie Martin
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Jude Law's daughter Iris stuns in Teen Vogue
Jude Law at the 20th Century Fox presentation at CinemaCon on April 23, 2015. File Photo by David Becker/UPI | License Photo

NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UPI) -- Jude Law's daughter Iris Law stuns in the latest edition of Teen Vogue.

The 15-year-old model landed a colorful spread in the magazine's September issue and discussed her famous parents in the interview. Iris is the second eldest of Law's three children with actress Sadie Frost.

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"I really like vintage blouses with feminine lace detailing," Iris said of her style. "I also usually have rings on every finger apart from the thumb. Most birthdays or Christmases my dad will get me a ring from Annina Vogel."

"I like looking at pictures of my mom when she was around my age and seeing her makeup and little dresses," she added. "I was always really interested in what she was wearing growing up and did quite creative things with how I dressed myself."

Iris appeared with her parents in a Vogue spread at age 2 in 2002 and has since modeled for Miu Miu and Illustrated People. Teen Vogue marked the teenager's first shoot with more than one outfit.

"My Teen Vogue shoot was the first one I've done where I had multiple looks," she said. "There were a lot of clashing fabrics and designs and the backdrops were quite full-on. It was chaotic, but in a good way. I liked it."

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Iris Law in the September issue of Teen Vogue. Photo by Quentin Jones for Teen Vogue via Iris Law/Instagram

Law is also dad to two sons, 19-year-old Rafferty and 13-year-old Rudy, with Frost. He shares 6-year-old daughter Sophia with Samantha Burke and 17-month-old daughter Ada with Catherine Harding.

"I'm happiest wherever my family is, so that can be anywhere," the actor told Conde Nast Traveller in 2014. "I'm happy at my home in London and at my family home in France with my parents. Anywhere my children are, really."

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