Willow Smith Was Just Signed by Kendall Jenner's Modeling Agency. Willow Smith has officially joined the modeling world. E! News confirms that the 14-year-old celebuspawn has just signed with The Society Management in New York, the same modeling agency that represents Kendall Jenner. The agency announced the exciting news on Instagram with a post of Smith's i.D. magazine cover and the caption, "#NowRepresenting A grand welcome to @gweelos! #WillowSmith." Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith's daughter seemed to be born with the model gene, with her long legs and flawless presence in front of the camera, and she's already gotten a great start with some big names. The famous teen was recently revealed as the face of Marc Jacobs' fall-winter 2015 campaign! Willow is the second face of Marc Jacobs' fall-winter 2015 collection to be unveiled, following Cher, who was revealed as a star of the campaign on May 27. As with the pop icon, Jacobs made the announcement via his Instagram, writing a lengthy note alongside Willow's ad that included a shout-out to other women he's chosen to front collection campaigns in the past. That list, which includes Victoria Beckham, Sofia Coppola, Miley Cyrus, Dakota Fanning, Jessica Lange, Kate Moss, Winona Ryder and Stephanie Seymour, among others, makes up an impressive roster that he describes as an "incredibly diverse and exceptional group of talented friends and individuals who I greatly admire." (Eonline)
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