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Kaia And Presley Gerber Star In CR Fashion Book Editorial

Further proof that Cindy Crawford's children are her exact replica!

Looks like Cindy Crawford's children are truly following in their mother's footsteps.

Following her spread in Vogue Italia, Crawford's daughter, Kaia Gerber, stars in an editorial for CR Fashion Book Issue 7 alongside her brother, Presley and model Garrett Taber.

In the shot photographed by Bruce Weber, Kaia, 13, wears an oversized, vintage-style Versace sweatshirt with a colourful beaded skirt, leopard print leggings and green suede thigh-high boots. Meanwhile, Presley, 16, wears jeans and a safari-style vest and blazer overtop of a white T-shirt, while holding a camera.

Another shot from the issue features Kaia, who recently signed with IMG models, donning a baby pink dress overtop of a black and green striped jumper, sporting '60s-style eyeliner and stars for a retro look.

"Of course Kaia signing a contract with a model agency is a big deal," CR Fashion Book editor-in-chief, Carine Roitfeld, told Style.com. "Beauty runs in their blood -- Presley’s even got Cindy’s same mole on the cheek! But I wanted to focus on both the kids, the daughter Kaia and the brother Presley. To me, that makes the full story more interesting."

Roitfeld also noted that the decision to shoot a fashion family together hit close to home.

"It is just like how people talk about my daughter, Julia, and me, for example, saying we look alike, but it’s more interesting to me when you look at her and my son, Vladimir, together. I like the idea of the brother-and-sister duo born with fashion in their blood."

"We never know if they will end up in fashion at the end...but this story is proof that the apple never falls very far from the tree."

We couldn't agree more!

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