At only 14 years of age, Valentina Pinault is now a Vogue model.
Salma Hayek’s clone girl fronts Vogue Mexico’s May 2022 issue close by her well known mother, with both displaying matching logo looks by Gucci (whose parent organization, Kering, is driven by Hayek’s better half, François-Henri Pinault).
In the going with joint meeting, which was led in Spanish, the team focused on work, their closets and that’s just the beginning.
“We battle about garments since she takes everything from my wardrobe,”
Hayek, 55, told the magazine.
“Since she was little she never allowed me to pick her garments, and I appreciated that all of the time.”
Valentina added that she doesn’t take a lot of confidence in architect marks.
“In all actuality with regards to garments, I love hers, yet overall I generally wear what I like. I barely notice the brand,”
the high schooler said.
“As a rule, I likewise prefer to consolidate and wear classic pieces.”
Obviously Valentina has acquired her mother’s affection for style. Back in 2019 – when she was only 11 years of age – she followed alongside Hayek at Milan Fashion Week. Also, simply last month, she and her 21-year-old stepsister, Mathilde Pinault, joined the “Frida” star in the first line at Balenciaga’s show in Paris.
While Valentina could strike her mother’s storage room now and again, she gives out magnificence counsel consequently.
“She’s generally excellent with cosmetics,”
“I’m great at cosmetics, yet presently she educates me.”
Yet, Valentina’s not tied in with putting on a full face:
“I don’t do it to be exceptionally beautiful or on the grounds that I need to eliminate flaws,”
she said, adding that she’ll some of the time skirt the concealer
“in light of the fact that I think dark circles add something different.”
While fans can anticipate seeing the mother-girl team on additional red floor coverings later on, it seems like Valentina could manufacture her own way in Hollywood, as well.
“I might want to be an entertainer and afterward a chief,”
the adolescent said, adding that a profession in her mother’s picked industry
“appears to be legit.”