Three-year-old model walks the runway
Little boy is the biggest new hit in the modeling world.
Chanel creative designer Karl Lagerfeld has some competition on his hands—someone else is steeling the spotlight—but it's all good, Karl wouldn’t have it any other way.
Hudson Kroenig, the designer's three-year-old godson, recently caused a frenzy of "ooh's" and "aah's" when he walked the runway at fashion house's Métier d'Arts 2013 show this week, clad in—what else—a full Chanel ensemble.
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According to the Telegraph, he walked hand-in-hand down the runway with his dad, 32-year-old male model Brad Kroenig (this is where we melted, too). Hudson is also the godson of Karl Lagerfeld, who serves as Chanel's infamous creative director.
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But the little guy is no amateur when it comes to the catwalk—the Telegraph says this wasn't his first time on the runway—apparently he has appeared in previous Chanel shows and has also been photographed for W magazine, German Vogue and is a part of Lagerfeld's 'Little Black Jacket' exhibition.
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