There's a new material girl in town!

Madonna's daughter Lourdes Leon, aka Lola, has made her modeling debut and her superstar mom couldn't be more proud.

Lola is one of the new faces of Stella McCartney's POP perfume campaign, and the brand and Madonna were all too happy to share the snaps on social media.

"I miss this Beautiful Girl! Looking forward to seeing her very soon!" Madonna captioned a pic of her first-born from the campaign.

In the image, Lourdes, 19, sports lavender hair, tattooed fingers (with "mom and "dad" on them) and she looks strikingly like her mother.

The popular brand also posted a candid shot of the superstar spawn.

"So happy to have Lola on the POP team!' Stella wrote on its Instagram page. "Lola, who I've known her entire life, is at the beginning of her career as a performing artist. She's an independent, inspirational and free-spirited young woman."

"Despite being born in the spotlight, she has kept her feet firmly on the ground!," the caption said, "X Stella #POPNOW #LolaLeon."

Stella posted a second image of Lola with musician Grimes, who is also featured in the campaign.

"'Together as one Β­these strong women are a force to be reckoned with.' - Stella McCartney," the Instagram caption said, while adding the campaign featured four talents.

Aside from Lourdes and Grimes, actress Amandla Stenberg and animal activist Kenya Kinski-Jones are modeling for POP.

The images were shot by photographer Glen Luchford.

The Pop campaign is all about being true to yourself and embracing creativity and individuality, Lola has said.

"I have a lot of people judging my every move," she told Vogue after landing the job. "It's important for me to not let it rule my life."

"I go through this struggle myself, [where] women's bodies have been made so public that everyone feels like they need to comment," she added. "I love when someone doesn't pretend to be someone they are not."

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The images certainly had to have put a smile on Madonna's face, something that she's not been able to do lately as she battled her ex-husband for custody of her 15-year-old son, Rocco.

In late February, she tried to "win him back." Guy Richie, the child's father whom she once said was trying to "brainwash their son," says Rocco is happy in London and has no desire to live with his mother.

On March 6, it was reported that Madonna had apparently given up and realized that she lost the battle for Rocco.