Ireland Baldwin is following in yet another one of her mother's footsteps.
The model is featured in a spread in the Fall 2013 issue of DuJour magazine (on newsstands now), shot by photographer Bruce Weber, who also worked with her famous mother Kim Basinger.
"I am honored. Bruce was one of the nicest men I have ever met and he was so professional," Baldwin told the mag. "I loved working with him. The photos he shot of my mom were stunning. I would love to work with him again."
Along with modeling numerous garments in a "Luck of the Irish"-themed photo shoot, the mag did a little Q&A with the up-and-coming star.
Baldwin shared that although she enjoys being in front of the camera, she'd ultimately like to end up doing some work behind the scenes as well.
"My end goal is to act, write, and direct. I am interested in everything in front of and behind the camera," she shared. "Acting has always been an interest of mine. I have been imitating people since I was a little girl. I grew up on my parent's movie sets and so desperately wanted to be in their position. I would love to be in a comedy or remake of a classic novel."
In fact, there is one specific celeb whose work she thinks is especially kick ass.
"I truly admire Chloë Moretz. I think she is brilliant and could kill any role. I also love Jack Nicholson. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and The Shining are two of my favorite films. He can do no wrong."
It seems like Ireland is on the right path to achieve her goals. While being featured in V magazine's September issue in their story, "Next Wave of Superstars", Baldwin said she plans to enroll in improv classes before auditioning for the Upright Citizens Brigade, the famous comedy troupe where her famous father, Alec Baldwin, got his start.