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Like fathers, like sons!

Brooklyn Beckham and Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, the oldest of Daniel Day-Lewis's three sons, made for quite the pair at a Burberry presentation in London on Jan. 11.

The dashing duo -- both male models -- were photographed sitting in the front row, and needless to say, they both looked the part.

Brooklyn, 16, wore a striped yellow-and-navy-blue shirt with a black overcoat, black skinny jeans with ripped knees and black sneakers. He rocked an extreme side-part in his longer hair. (Channing Tatum, take note: This is how you do it.)

Gabriel-Kane, 20, wore a brown button-down with a camel overcoat, courdory pants and brown oxfords. The tattoos on his hands were on full display during his night out.

Though Victoria Beckham and David Beckham's oldest child has quickly become one of Hollywood's hottest young stars since making his modeling debut in 2014, Gabriel-Kane is still relatively unknown in Hollywood -- though we expect that all to change soon!

The son of Daniel Day-Lewis and French actress Isabelle Adjani made his modeling debut just last year at Chanel's Couture Fashion Week presentation in Paris following a chance encounter with Karl Lagerfeld.

"I stopped to get coffee across from the Chanel studio, and I saw Karl Lagerfeld," Gabriel-Kane, who "spent some time at Karl's house in the south of France" when he was 10, told Town & Country. "He probably thought I was some crazy fashion fan. … When I told him who I was he couldn't believe it. … He was like, 'Wow, you've really grown into yourself. I would love to have you in the Chanel show.'"

Two weeks later, he escorted Julianne Moore down the runway at Chanel's casion-themed presentation, which also featured Johnny Depp's daughter, model Lily-Rose Depp.

But Gabriel-Kane isn't just taking the fashion world by storm. He's also a musician and recently dropped his first single, pop ballad "Ink in My Veins."

"Most people assume it's about my tattoos," the singer and piano-player, who has more tattoos than he can count, told Town & Country. "But it's about the therapeutic value that music holds for me and the release I get when I write a song."

Clearly Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis inheritied more than his father's good looks. He's got his talent too, it seems!