The 17-year-old, whose parents founded lingerie label Agent Provocateur, has officially kicked off her modelling career by signing with the top agency and posing for Love magazine
It's a year since Cora Corré made her modelling debut in Love magazine, and now she's taken the next step to becoming a professional poser by signing with leading modelling agency Next.
The 17-year-old will sit on the agency's main board alongside top models including Arizona Muse, Suki Waterhouse and Isabeli Fontana.
"Cora has such an infectious personality and a true love and understanding of British fashion," commented Amanda Bretherton, president of Next Models London. "Our clients love her - she is so beautiful and fun to be around. She is part of the new wave of bright young London things. We are thrilled to be representing her at Next."
To mark her transition into 'official' model, Corré has been shot by Sølve Sundsbo for the autumn/winter 2014 edition of Love magazine, in which she also partakes in a Q&A with her mother, Serena Rees.
It's little surprise that Corré is taking steps into the fashion world, what with her pedigree. As the daughter of Agent Provocateur founders Rees and Joe Corré, and the granddaughter of Dame Vivienne Westwood and the late Malcolm Maclaren, the industry is in her blood.
Depsite her youth, Cora is already well versed in the world of modelling, having walked the catwalk for Westwood's Red and Gold Label collection and also Giles, and appeared on the pages of publication's including W Magazine and Purple.
The photogenic teen is friends with another famous offspring, Jude Law and Sadie Frost's 17-year-old son Rafferty, who is also taking his first steps in to the modelling world. We'd take a punt that these two are the founding members of a very cool new crew...