Kaia Gerber exudes supermodel style in oversize blazer and crop-top as she steps out in Milan during fashion week
She is lighting up runways all over the world during fashion week season.
And Kaia Gerber brought the glamour of the catwalk to her off-duty look as she stepped out during Milan Fashion Week on Friday.
The daughter of supermodel Cindy Crawford, 18, flashed her toned midriff in a dove grey crop-top, paired with an 80s-inspired pinstripe blazer.
Fashionista: Kaia Gerber brought the glamour of the catwalk to her off-duty look as she stepped out during Milan Fashion Week on Friday
The Vogue coverstar paired this with a pair of baggy jeans, which drew the eye to her endless legs, and a pair of strappy stiletto heels.
Kaia wore her brunette bob sleek and straight with a pair of futuristic shades.
Proving her A-list status, Kaia was accompanied by a hunky bodyguard as she stepped out between fashion shows.
It comes as Kaia's supermodel mum Cindy, 53, joked she's more well known now for her association with her daughter in particular.
Stroll: The daughter of supermodel Cindy Crawford, 18, flashed her toned midriff in a dove grey crop-top, paired with an 80s-inspired pinstripe blazer
She told Vogue: 'I feel I'm most known for giving birth to Kaia now.'
Speaking of her own incredible career on the catwalk, Cindy added: 'Models used to be replaced every five years, so I assumed that at 25 I would have to go back to school, here I am at 53.'
Cindy and her husband Rande Gerber's children, Presley, 20, and Kaia have both followed in their mother's footsteps and she joked she's more well known now for her association with her daughter in particular.
Cindy joked she and her fellow modelling icons, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer and Kate Moss, were like a 'boy band' because of how they looked when put together.
She said: 'Before Christy, Linda, Naomi, Claudia, Kate and I, models weren't well known.
Wave: Kaia was besieged by fans as she headed out in the Italian city between shows
'It was almost like we were a new boy band - we were all different, but we looked good together.
'Fashion was all about glamazonian shoulder pads, high heels and strong women. We didn't look like victims, we looked empowered. I really think that we felt that way, too.'
Kaia recently celebrated turning 18 and told British Vogue: 'Being 18...means independence. Age is very much so a concept, I think it places a label on you.'
'Ever since I was younger people told me I was a really old soul. Because I felt I understood things I never learned.'
'I would tell my younger self to worry a little bit less. And how beauty and confidence all comes from how you feel inside,' Kaia said. 'I just hope the next 18 years I can spend learning more and educating myself more.'
On the rise: Kaia has been parading on catwalks all over the world during fashion week season (pictured at the Moschino show on Thursday)