Iris Law Goes Vibrant At LOVE Magazine’s LFW Party In London

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Iris Law (Credit: YouTube)

Iris Law made a striking appearance at the LOVE Magazine London Fashion Week event at The Standard, London.

The daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, she turned heads in a daring, multi-coloured striped mini-dress with a ruched skirt and frilly hem.

She was joined by supermodel Kaia Gerber, who also made a bold statement in her outfit.

Iris Law accentuated her legs with neon green strappy heels, which highlighted her red pedicure. The striking footwear complemented her bold mini-dress and added a vibrant touch to her overall look.

She kept her accessories minimal with just a few dainty gold rings, allowing her vibrant outfit to remain the focal point.

Her brunette hair was styled into quirky topknots, showcasing her radiant complexion enhanced by dewy foundation, light mascara, and faint pink lipstick.

At the LOVE Magazine party, which took over the entire 10th floor of The Standard, London, including the Decimo restaurant and the velvet-ceiling private bar Sweeties, Iris was among many stars in attendance.

Iris Law and Kaia Gerber, both are looking stunning at the LOVE Magazine’s LFW bash (Credit: Pinterest)

In an interview, Iris Law reflected on her upbringing with famous parents, Jude Law and Sadie Frost.

Despite their A-list status and eventual divorce after six years of marriage, Iris noted that her parents provided her with a sense of normality during her childhood. She also shared insights into managing her own rising fame. Iris explained:

‘My dad was really young. He’d had all his kids [with Frost] by 30. Mum, too. She also had a baby face.

‘I can never tell [her age] in pictures, I’ll say, ”What, you had three kids by that age?” She looks 17.

Iris Law made a very vibrant look for the event (Credit: YouTube)

‘I’m not in the position to know what it was like [to have experienced fame] as overwhelming as my dad experienced. But I’m not pressing for [fame] and I’m also not pressing against it.’

Recalling her own memories of that time eating snacks on Primose Hill, she said:

‘My parents weren’t rock ‘n’ roll when I was growing up, they were just my parents,’ (she insists).

‘Everyone’s parents were rock ‘n’ roll when they were young. That’s not a crazy thing.’

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