It’s no surprise that Thylane Blondeau is becoming a familiar face at fashion week events.
The French model was dubbed “the most beautiful girl in the world” at the tender age of six, having walked the Jean Paul Gaultier catwalk aged four.
At 10, she controversially featured on the pages of French Vogue.
On Saturday the 16-year-old stunner took to the runway for Dolce and Gabbana at Milan Fashion Week, showcasing the Italian designer’s Spring 2018 collection.
Blondeau stood out in a red and white outfit with and a flowers and hearts print and sequined waist and sleeves.
She wore her ombre locks loose beneath a bejeweled gold tiara — a Dolce & Gabbana favorite — and carried a mirrored clutch.
At five foot six inches, Blondeau is short for a professional model, but she looked every ounce the professional as she strutted down the runway, flashing her trademark pout.
The teen, who is an online influencer with 1.5 million Instagram followers, is the daughter of former soccer star Patrick Blondeau and actress Veronika Loubry.
Most of the models who walked the runway have famous parents or family members.
Blondeau was joined by Corinne Foxx (daughter of actor Jamie Foxx), Hailey Baldwin (daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin), Talita Von Fürstenberg (granddaughter of designer Diane von Fürstenberg), Mackinley Hill (sister of Victoria’s Secret model Taylor Hill), Anais Gallagher (daughter of Oasis’ Noel Gallagher) and Amber Le Bon (daughter of Duran Duran singer Simon Le Bon).
The models are all part of Dolce & Gabbana’s DGMillennials campaign — but many are actually teenagers or in their early 20s, making them members of the younger Generation Z.
This was actually Blondeau’s second show for Dolce & Gabbana, however her walk at the brand’s showcase earlier this year went largely unnoticed.
Last week Blondeau attended Tommy Hilfiger’s Spring 2018 presentation at London Fashion Week, securing a coveted front row seat.
Blondeau’s childhood appearance in Vogue, in which she wore heavy make-up and a gold blazer with a deep V-neck, attracted condemnation by many who thought it was overly sexualized.
However, the magazine shoot cemented Blondeau in the world of fashion.
She became the face of L’Oreal Paris in April and appeared in a film called “Belle & Sebastian: The Adventure Continues” in 2015.