Lookin' good, boys!
Two second-generation Hollywood models showed off what their mamas gave 'em at designer Jeremy Scott's fashion show in Los Angeles on June 10.
Cindy Crawford's son Presley Gerber, 16, and Yolanda Hadid's son Anwar Hadid, 16, both made their runway debuts in the Moschino Men's Spring Summer and Women's Resort 2017 show -- and their families were oozing with pride.
"So fun watching @PresleyGerber walk @Moschino tonight! 💚 @ItsJeremyScott #MADELA," Cindy captioned a pic of her son strutting his stuff down the catwalk.
The veteran supermodel, 50 -- whose husband Rande Gerber, 54, was also model before he became a restaurateur and co-founder of the Casamigos Tequila brand with buddy George Clooney -- also shared a pic of herself posing with her other model offspring, 14-year-old daughter Kaia Gerber, as well as the designer.
"Backstage @Moschino with@KaiaGerber last night. Congrats on a great show, @ItsJeremyScott! 💛," Cindy captioned the pic.
A source told E! News that Cindy, Rande and Kaia -- who were seated in the audience -- all started giggling and cheering Presley on when he stepped onto the runway, but that their outburst didn't affect his focus.
Former model Yolanda, 52, also gushed about her son Anwar -- whose big sisters are, of course, world-famous catwalkers Gigi Hadid, 21, and Bella Hadid, 19. She was thrilled that Anwar had become the third of her children to grace the runway for Moschino in the last few years.
"❤️Three times blessed on the runway......... For @itsjeremyscott @moschino #Family #ProudMommy #2014#2015 #2016," the former "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star wrote on Instagram along a split-image pic of her all-grown-up babies.
Backstage, Presley and Anwar also posed with female model Camila Morrone, another Moschino newbie. Anwar shared the photo alongside the caption, "the freeeshman class.. THANK YOU @itsjeremyscott @moschino@imgmodels."
Cindy has said she supports both her children's modeling aspirations. "I think that we just want our kids to be happy, and do what they want to do, and support them," she told reporters at an event for The Heart Foundation honoring Mike Meldman in Beverly Hills in May. "In terms of modeling it's like, I wouldn't talk them out of it, but I'm not pushing."
"If they do choose to [model] I feel like I can give them good advice," she added. "But at the same time, they're 14 and 16. It depends on the day that you ask them what they [want to do]."
Rande added, "What they want to do... what they're going to do. We just [let them] find their own way."