Kate Moss’s sister Lottie recreates iconic ad campaign

Kate Moss’s sister Lottie recreates iconic ad campaign

Lottie Moss is the face of Calvin Klein's new ad campaign.

The 16-year-old - who was signed to Kate's agency Storm Models earlier this year - models the iconic denim brand's latest collection - The Re-issue Project - in collaboration with online fashion store Mytheresa.

Kate Moss’s sister Lottie recreates iconic ad campaign

Kate Moss’s sister Lottie recreates iconic ad campaign

Kate Moss’s sister Lottie recreates iconic ad campaign

The shots were taken by photographer Michael Avedon who described working with the pretty blonde as "wonderful".

"Lottie truly represents the essence of the Calvin Klein girl. Intriguing innocence with utter beauty - it was wonderful to photograph this beautiful young lady!" he said.

Kate Moss’s sister Lottie recreates iconic ad campaign

Spot the difference!

Lottie's debut as the face of Calvin Klein comes 21 years after her 40-year-old sister starred in her first ad campaign for the jeans company, along with actor Mark Wahlberg in 1993.

Lottie - who shares a father with her older sister - started out modelling for Dazed & Confused magazine as well as Teen Vogue and has previously spoken of her desire to become a fashion journalist.

You think she will give her big sister a run for her money?

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