Grace Burns is following in her mother’s footsteps!
The daughter of model Christy Turlington and actor and filmmaker Ed Burns made her runway debut on Wednesday. British Vogue X LuisaViaRoma exhibition in Florence.
In the show, Grace, 19, wore a long white custom dress by Victoria Beckham. The dress, based on the designer’s green dress worn by Bella Hadid for the Spring 2023 show, features a cinched waist and oversized elbow-length sleeves.
Underneath the dress, Grace wore a black lace head-to-toe bodysuit with simple black patent leather peep-toe pumps and a black clutch with chain handles. She wore her chocolate brown hair slicked back – styled by Sam McKnight – and shimmery minimal make-up with pops of color in her bright red lipstick by Pat McGrath.
Following the show, Grace took to social media to thank the producers for “putting the biggest smile on my face”. Her post included a series of behind-the-scenes videos from the airport.
“So grateful to have this perfection of experience as my first show and to be blessed in the hands of @sammcknight1 and @patmcgrathreal!” She began the description.
“Thinking of all the people who made this happen and wishing I could hug each one of you! XXXX,” she continued. Inese OS OS OS SO SOSS OS SO SOO SOOS SOOS SOSS THANK YOU SMILE”
Beckham also posted about her modeling debut, sharing pictures to Grace’s Instagram story of her makeup before the show, writing, “Kisses @graciebrns xx.”
Earlier this year, Grace and her 54-year-old mother starred together in a Carolina Herrera campaign.
“Grateful beyond words for the chance and opportunity to be a part of this experience! All the love in the world to the divine person who made this happen!!!!!!!! Tears of love and love and more love!!!! Xxxxxxx,” Grace posted on Instagram. She wrote on
Turlington began her career at the age of 14 and rose to fame at the same time as fellow supermodels Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista.
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“I thought you know what? “I’d rather finish it when I want to finish it than have someone else do it for me,” Turlington told luxury magazine Du Jour in 2012, explaining why she was quitting.
“I never thought it would last that long anyway,” Turlington said.
After leaving the modeling industry 25 years ago, Turlington returned to the runway for the 2019 Marc Jacobs New York Fashion Week show.