Pierce Brosnan’s son Dylan has made his modelling debut for Saint Laurent at the age of 17.
Inheriting the good looks of his James Bond star father, the freckled-face teenager was street cast on a Malibu beach – proving it’s possible to make it without the help of celebrity parents.
The campaign was shot by Saint Laurent creative director Hedi Slimane for the fashion house’s Permanent Collection line.
The Californian film student and musician has proved he’s a natural in front of the camera in the black and white photographs, where he showcases Saint Laurent’s wardrobe staples, including skinny jeans, Breton tops, Western booties and classic leather jackets.
He joins a roster of musicians including the likes of Marilyn Manson, Marianne Faithful, Daft Punk and Courtney Love, all whom have collaborated with the luxury brand in some way.
Dylan is son of Irish Bond star Brosnan and his second wife Keely Smith.
Lately it seems that the children of the Hollywood stars have been establishing themselves as stars in their own right, many through modelling jobs.
Two of Victoria and David Beckham’s sons have made their modelling debut; Romeo, 12, has starred in two campaigns for Burberry, including the British brand's first ever Christmas ad, and Brooklyn made his modelling debut for Man About Town magazine at the age of 15.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's son Patrick, 19, fronted a campaign for Hudson Jeans in 2011 and for Tom Ford eyewear earlier this year, alongside up-and-coming model and daughter of reality TV star Yolanda Foster, Gigi-Hadid.
Earlier this year, Audrey Hepburn’s lookalike granddaughter, Emma Ferrer appeared on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar’s September issue.Reuse content