Noah Cyrus, Stella Hudgens, Alli Simpson, Mudd Girls

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The next generation of Hollywood beauties are already front and center!

Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens and Cody Simpson's little sisters were just been named the new stars of the Mudd Spring 2015 fashion campaign.

Noah Cyrus, Stella Hudgens and Alli Simpson have been dubbed Tinseltown's rising "It" girls and social media influencers.

The three ladies join Vine and Instagram stars Jack Johnson and Jack Gilinsky (known as Jack & Jack), as well as Sammy Wilkinson.

And understandably so, the new models are ecstatic about their foray into the fashion world.

"It's so exciting to be a Mudd girl," Alli gushed in a press release. "I loved working with Noah and Stella and the boys. The Mudd collection is filled with a ton of styles that are perfect for music festivals and such as kimonos in fun prints, flowy tops and dresses."

Meanwhile, Stella shared her own excitement about her next project, saying, "It's so much fun to be with everyone at the shoot. What I like about Mudd clothes is that they make me feel confident and comfortable."

And who would've guessed that Miley's sibling, of all people, would've been the most nervous on the set—you know, considering that the former Disney darling certainly has no problem showing off her naked bod in multiple magazine spreads.

"I was a little nervous about today's shoot but after a few hours we became like family…It's been a really fun day," Noah shared.

And the shoot definitely looks like it was a fun time, as the ladies pranced around in Malibu on a beautiful sunny day. Not a bad day at the office! 

Noah Cyrus, Stella Hudgens, Alli Simpson, Mudd Girls

Courtesy of Mudd

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