Lily-Rose Depp, the teen model who also happens to be the daughter of Johnny Depp and French songstress Vanessa Paradis , graces the February 2016 cover of Britain's LOVE magazine.
The British pop-culture mag is published bi-annually and usually features multiple cover stars per issue. It's distinctive cover photography ranges from artsy and fashion-forward, to picturesque and occasionally, fairly risqué. Lily-Rose's cover is no exception. In fact, the chosen-photo is nothing short of, dare we say, Insta-worthy?! The stunning 16-year-old shared the cover image on her Instagram account this past Sunday along with the thankful caption, "#love16 Cover thank you!!! @thelovemagazine @kegrand@willyvanderperre @panosyiapanis."
No, Lily-Rose. Thank you!
The cover features a close-up in which Lily carries (albeit impressively well) quite the heavy face of makeup. The young model wears a thick layer of bright blue eye shadow, topped off to the brow with a fire-orange highlighter and matching frilly orange frock. She rocks a glossy pink lip and a pout that would give Kylie Jenner a run for her money. But you didn't hear it from us!
With her LOVE cover, Lily-Rose joins the ranks of former cover stars Cara Delevingne, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Miley Cyrus, Kendall Jenner, and Kim Kardashian, just to name a few.
The young starlet seems virtually tailored for fame.
When LOVE asked the beauty to divulge her career ambitions, Lily-Rose responded with grace and impressive candor. "I don't have any plans in particular," she said. "I just know this is what I want to do and I want to work hard at it, and hopefully keep finding roles as beautiful as the ones I've already been lucky enough to come across."
In addition to modeling, Lily-Rose is also a budding actress, just like her famous father. She said she fell in love with making movies "when I shot the scene in Tusk when I was 14." It was her first experience on set, and Lily-Rose described it as a "fun" way to break into the business. "That was when I realized I wanted to be an actor. I was also surrounded by friends and family so it was a great experience!" And compared to modeling, she said, "Acting is more emotional."
Raise your hand if you're down to join Lily-Rose's "LOVE CLUB," as the mag cleverly entitles the month's issue in multicolored lettering.