Fashion darling and runway success Kaia Gerber follows in the footsteps of her supermodel mother, Cindy Crawford, by becoming the face of Omega for its new De Ville Trsor collection.
KAIA GERBER IS THE hottest It girl of the moment—after all, she has already appeared on a number of magazine covers, starred in countless campaigns, and even opened the Chanel spring/summer show 2018. It helps, of course, that she is the daughter of famed supermodel Cindy Crawford, and she has most certainly inherited her mother’s charisma in front of the camera. In 2017, both Kaia and her brother Presley became Omega’s brand ambassadors, joining their mother, who has been part of the brand family since 1995.
“I love Omega because I grew up with it and I feel like I’ve always been surrounded by everyone there,” Kaia enthused at the watch’s launch in Berlin in May. “We’ve been family ever since I can remember.” Presley can be seen on billboards with the already-existing Omega Railmaster, but Kaia, who turns 17 this September, is the face of an entirely new watch line for ladies—the Omega De Ville Trésor.
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