Noel Gallagher's daughter Anais (16) is the latest model It-girl as she takes London Fashion Week by storm
Noel Gallagher's daughter Anais is the latest model It-girl as she takes London Fashion Week by storm.
She may only be 16 but Anais Gallagher is already enjoying front row privileges at some of the most exclusive runway shows at London Fashion Week.
Having already made her name in the entertainment industry as a presenter on the BAFTA award winning children’s TV show Friday Download, Anais is also making waves on the fashion world.
She was spotted relaxing at the Markus Lupher and SIBLING show on Saturday with Irish TV presenter Angela Scanlon. The teenager rocked a simple, laid-back look wearing flare jeans, a cropped vest and coral fur jacket - keeping her make-up look natural and simple.
The student, who's currently studying for her GCSE's was also at the Topshop Unique show on Sunday afternoon, sporting a simple black blazer and high-waisted trousers, a plain red crop top complemented by a bold red lip.
Anaïs also caught photographer's attention at the House of Holland show, where she wore a palm tree print bomber jacket and a pair of black skinny jeans with rips at the knees.
The teenager - who is Noel's child with ex Meg Matthews - is signed to Select Model Management and has worked with brands such as Topshop.
At 14, she was unveiled as the face of Accessorize's tween range, Star, aimed at nine to 14-year-olds. But the high street brand didn't just ask Anais to appear in the campaign for the range - it also asked her to style it - something she's no doubt got an aptitude for having grown up around the infamous Primrose Hill set, which includes the likes of Kate Moss and Sienna Miller.
Despite her rock'n'roll upbringing Anais is committed to keeping her head on her shoulders.
"I know if I stay grounded and am a nice person, people can’t have anything to say," she said.
“You get jealous or mean people but I’m good at thinking above it... or I’ll send my brilliant father round!”
The High Flying Birds star recently admitted he wasn't too keen on the blonde beauty making a name for herself in the fashion industry after she was signed to Select Model Management aged 11.
"Because I've never lived with her, I don't really want to be the kind of dad that's laying down the law. It's not something I would have chosen for her. But as it's been allowed to happen... I don't see the harm in it.''
He told The Daily Telegraph newspaper: ''And she's got a little TV thing going. She's a pretty bright girl. Anaïs, I've got to say, is fiercely independent and she's super-cool and I don't have any worries about her whatsoever. She's very much got her head tightly screwed on.''