At 21, Iris Law is coming into her own. After making her modelling debut with East London label Illustrated People in 2015, the daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost quickly became a familiar face in the industry. She fronted campaigns for the likes of Marc Jacobs, Loewe and Stella McCartney; stepped onto her first runway with MiuMiu at Paris Fashion Week AW20; and even made a dazzling foray into beauty as Dior Beauty’s brand ambassador in 2021. 

Ever since a daring buzz cut for her actress debut Soo Catwoman in biographical miniseries Pistol, Law has become noticeably bold in experimenting with her personal style, not unlike her character on screen. The young model and actress left behind her teenage days of wearing pretty florals and girly bows and found her flair in vibrant colours, contrasting textures and bold cut-outs. As an advocate for sustainability with a penchant for nostalgia, her day-to-day outfits champion fresh talent and pre-loved clothing, comprising pieces from vintage Louis Vuitton and Roberto Cavalli to up-and-coming labels such as Supriya Lele, alongside Instagram cult brands like Paloma Wool, Peachy Den and La Manso — all in true Gen-Z fashion.