Willow Smith & Jada Pinkett-Smith
The ladies in Will Smith’s life are quite the golden girls when it comes to style and success. Not content with topping the charts at a mere nine years old (even if you tell us you haven’t whipped your hair back and forth, we won’t believe you), all eyes are on Willow now as she hops from front row to premiere, leaving grown-ups open-mouthed with her eye-popping outfits and super-confident manner. US fashion designer Derek Lam is a fan, describing Willow as “naturally talented, charismatic, unblemished optimism, with the whole wide world open to her possibilities and abilities,” and professing: “I think she is the future-forward American icon.” Praise indeed.
Harper Seven & Victoria Beckham
After three boys, Victoria Beckham made no secret about how much she was hoping her fourth pregnancy would produce a girl – and a girl she had. Little Harper Seven had an auspicious entrance into the world, attending her first high-profile functions at New York Fashion Week in her first few weeks, and her wardrobe is already coming close to rivalling that of her famous mum’s. “We went in to Prada yesterday and she loved it,” Victoria told reporters in January. “It was as if she was saying, ‘Mummy, I’m home!’”
Amber & Yasmin Le Bon
Amber Le Bon’s modelling career began at the age of 20 months, when mum Yasmin carried her down the Chanel catwalk in her arms. Now an adult, she’s still not tired of hitting the runways with her famous ma – or heeding her words of motherly wisdom, either. “A tip for looking ‘picture perfect’ is probably a smile. I think everyone looks better when they are happy, you give off a glow – or at least that is what my mum would say!”
Suri Cruise & Katie Holmes
“I know I look good when Suri asks if she can have my outfit when she’s older,” Katie Holmes has previously admitted of her high heel-wearing, handbag-toting toddler. “[She] has been choosing her own outfits since she was two. Suri is magical when it comes to clothes – she’s quite an artist!” With a wardrobe that was estimated to be worth £2 million when she was just three years old, it’s little wonder that Suri’s a true fashionista in the making.
Bee Schaffer & Anna Wintour
Being the daughter of the most powerful editor in the world, you’d think that Bee Schaffer would be peachy keen to follow in mum Anna Wintour’s Louboutin-shod footsteps. Not so. “I really don’t want to work in fashion. It’s just not for me,” the 24-year-old Colombia student famously declared in The September Issue. “I respect her, obviously, but it’s just a really weird industry… People in there act like fashion is life. It’s really amusing, but if that’s your career – there are other things out there, seriously. I think I want to be a lawyer.” Still, we’ll never tire of seeing the two in their finest, polishing up the front row.
Tabitha Hodge & Marion Loretta Broderick & Sarah Jessica Parker
Twin cuties Tabitha Hodge and Marion Loretta never fail to cause a stir when out and about with mum Sarah Jessica Parker – despite the actress being candid about the differences between her and her clothes plate alter ego, Carrie Bradshaw. “Bradshaw’s life is nothing – nothing – like mine,” she said in a recent interview with American Vogue. “I loved playing her, and it changed my life in lots of wonderful ways, but I’m not a crazy shoe lady, I don’t think about fashion all day long, although I have a great respect for the industry.” There’s no denying that innate sense of style, however – something we’d be happy to wager is in the genes.
Malia & Michelle Obama
How beautiful is this candid shot of Malia Obama and mumma Michelle Obama? Of course, there’s someone missing from the frame – Malia’s equally stylish older sister, Sacha. The pair have quite the role model in the J.Crew-loving First Lady who admits that, for her, fashion these days is less about fun and more about avoiding blushes: “My day-to-day wardrobe choices are very practical. I’m like, ‘What’s the temperature?’ ‘Am I going to be sitting in the grass?’ ‘Will I be playing with kids?’ ‘Can I sit on the floor?’ If I bend over, I’m worrying about that embarrassing shot.”
Gwyneth Paltrow & Blythe Danner
Before she became a stylish mum, Gwyneth Paltrow was the daughter of one: super-stylish actress Blythe Danner. In an interview with Parade.com last year, Blythe revealed the advice she’d passed on to Gwyn when she became a mother herself. “Only take the projects that mean the most to you, and try to be there as much as you can,” was number one on her list. “You have to balance it. She has a wonderful husband, as I did, and we used to take turns to make sure we used to take turns to make sure that neither of us were both gone at the same time. She’s an extraordinary mom, and I’m proud of her for the great mothering she’s doing.” Plus, Apple’s pretty much genetically guaranteed to be gorgeous – some kids get all the luck.
Lourdes Leon & Madonna
At the tender age of 15, Lourdes Leon already designs her own fashion line and writes a fashion blog – but then, who expected the daughter of the original Material Girl to be an underachiever? Lourdes admits that the duo are always pushing each other to do better, particularly when it comes to clothes. “Everyday, I will be like, ‘Mom, you can’t wear that.’ Or she will be like, ‘Lola, you can’t wear that.’ A lot of the time we don’t listen to each other, but sometimes we do.”
Rumer Willis & Demi Moore
They’ve been going through a tough time of late, but Demi Moore and her aspiring actress daughter Rumer – her eldest to ex-husband Bruce Willis – have an enviably close relationship (not to mention looks that are more akin to sisters, rather than women separated by a generation). Who could forget the moment during the 2009 Golden Globes when Demi pronounced from the stage: “Ru, I’m very proud of you and I love you. And don’t hunch. Shoulders back!” Pure sweetness.
Lila Grace & Kate Moss
Although Kate Moss tends to keep her young daughter Lila Grace out of the public glare, she made an exception last year when the two posed together for a Mario Testino shoot for American Vogue to promote Kate’s latest fragrance, Lilabelle. “Lilabelle is my most personal fragrance yet, inspired by my daughter Lila,” the super said. “It is a really soft and gentle scent yet also a bit daring.” Unsurprisingly, considering her pedigree (papa Jefferson Hack is the editor of too-cool-for-school fashion mag Dazed & Confused), Lila was an absolute natural in front of the lens.
Peaches & Pixie Geldof & Paula Yates
Paula Yates will be forever remembered as an 80s style icon and, although she died while her children were still young, daughters Peaches Honeyblossom and Pixie Geldof have also embraced the world of celebrity, making names for themselves respectively on the London fashion circuit. Earlier this year, Peaches announced that was pregnant to her muso boyfriend Tom Cohen; their baby is due to be born on Paula’s birthday.
Kate & Carole Middleton
With daughter Kate marrying into one of the most prestigious families in the world, the style spotlight invariably fell on mater Carole Middleton, too. There has been much speculation about the length of the glamorous former air hostess’ hemlines but, appropriateness issues aside, there’s no mistaking where Kate gets her fabulous pins from. In her famous pre-wedding interview with her then-husband-to-be, Kate made us all go misty-eyed when she gushed how she’d enjoyed such a happy family life and hoped to replicate that with William. Talk about a fashion fairytale.
Kate Hudson & Goldie Hawn
No list of stylish mums and daughters would be complete without Hollywood bombshells Goldie Hawn and her super-star daughter, Kate Hudson. Ah, super-stardom. How does Kate cope with it? “If I want to draw attention to myself, put on heels and a tight dress and do my hair up, then I can. But I can also tone it down,” she explained in a 2010 interview with the Daily Telegraph. “For me, I’d go crazy if I couldn’t go out and walk in the streets. I learnt some of that from my mum. She is so recognisable. She’s just so Goldie! When I was a girl I would get embarrassed and say: ‘Mum, put a hat on or something.’”
Kaia Gerber & Cindy Crawford
We all know that Cindy Crawford is one of the most beautiful women in the world – so it was something as a shock to hear that her daughter Kaya Gerber’s fledgling modelling career makes her feel a little insecure. “I look at my daughter and I’m like, ‘You have my old skin and I want it back! You have my old legs, I want them back! You have my old hair, I want it back!’ She is just getting more and more beautiful and, you know. But at the same time, there’s so much good that comes with it. And I think if you’re happy in your life, it’s a lot easier to take.” Well, Kaya’s Versace campaign was pretty impressive…
Dree & Mariel Hemingway
GLAMOUR.com girl crush Dree Hemingway has a flawless pedigree: she is the daughter of Academy award-nominated actress Mariel Hemingway (if you haven’t seen Woody Allen’s Manattan, do so immediatey), as well as the niece of model Margaux Hemingway and the great-granddaughter of legendary scribe Ernest. The blonde, blue-eyed beauty has walked the runways for everyone from Givenchy to Chanel – in contrast to her self-professed ‘tomboy’ of a mother, who once revealed that her young life was spent following “dusty trails and boulder-filled avalanche chutes up to the high places”.
Charlotte Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin
When Jane Birkin gave birth to Charlotte, her daughter with legendary French musician Serge Gainsbourg, they were the Victoria Beckham and Harper Seven of their day (as this beautiful vintage shot testifies). The fashion standing of both maybe indisputable but, in true ultra-cool style, the now grown-up Charlotte is non-plussed by it all: “Style for me is a casual way of putting something on. It’s not thought out but needs to suit your way of life. Now I like wearing the same sweater over and over again, then taking it off when it’s smelly.”
Honor Warren & Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba is famous for her street style and her daughter, Honor Warren, is well on her way to following in her mum’s footsteps. The three-year-old favours girly skirts, denim jackets and is rarely seen without a pair of ballet pumps on her feet. Give it time, though, and she’ll be sporting the skinny jeans that Jess so loves, for sure.
Daisy & Pearl Lowe
Daisy Lowe and her mother Pearl have long shared a love of fashion – but they have more in common than just looking uber-stylish. The mother and daughter both designed ranges for troubled high street brand, Peacocks, with Daisy concentrating on swimwear (which she also modelled, natch), and Pearl working on women’s and children’s collection.
Coco Sumner & Trudie Styler
Being the daughter of Trudie Styler and Sting, Coco Sumner was never going to be anything but achingly cool. But, while we lust after her rock chick get-ups, Coco – a singer – says she’s not particularly into fashion. In fact, she has been known to declare: “I hate Fashion Week.” OK, then.
Julia Restoin-Roitfeld & Carine Roitfeld
And so to another Voguette, Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, whose mum is former French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld. Julia got her taste of the fashion world very young, appearing in a Mario Testino shoot for Vogue Bambini when she was just 10. As you do. Now fully grown up, she has continued into the industry, carving a well-appointed niche for herself both in front of and behind the lens.
Elettra Wiedemann & Isabella Rosselini
With her pixie hair and full lips, Isabella Rosselini epitomised Italian chic in the 80s – and her daughter is busy doing the same in the here and now. Elettra Wiedemann scored her first modelling contract (for Abercrombie & Finch, no less), while still at school, and has starred in Vogue, as well as scoring a season as the face of Salvatore Ferragamo.
Source from: http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/fashion/celebrity-fashion/2012/03/stylish-celebrity-mums-and-daughters#!image-number=1