At only 22 years old, Law has a presence that could part an ocean. She speaks with an eloquence that conveys a sense of ease and assuredness. It’s been just a few years since the Primrose Hill native made her first debut into modeling vis-à-vis Miu Miu’s AW20 Paris Fashion Week, and she’s steadily begun to redefine the era of the model for Gen Z.
But before Law became the whimsical frock-wearing it-girl who’s been the face of countless campaigns, she was just a young girl with a deep love of fashion and a dream of making it in the industry. When she was growing up, she fondly remembers playing supermodel with her friends–donning elaborate outfits they procured from their mothers’ closets and modeling for photoshoots they set up.
“It’s a really scary thing to put yourself out there. At first, I definitely struggled with imposter syndrome, but then I started doing the work internally and created important hobbies that elevated me in other ways. So when I went on shoots, I felt more confident.” –Iris Law
Nowadays, Law is still experimenting with fashion, but on a much more macro, meta scale. She frequently shares her latest finds with her hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram or TikTok, cultivating an aesthetic and personality that is at once playful, eccentric, and free–all of which are quintessential for a supermodel in the making.
Photography Inez & Vinoodh
Fashion Paul Sinclaire
Makeup Sam Visser (Art Partner)
Hair Jimmy Paul (Susan Price NYC)
Model Iris Law (IMG)
Manicure Deborah Lippmann (Home Agency)
Producer John Nadzi (VLM Productions)
Production manager Michael Gleeson (VLM Productions)
Lighting director Jodokus Driessen (VLM Studio)
Digital technician Marc Kroop (VLM Studio)
Photo assistant Joe Hume (VLM Studio)
Stylist assistants Coco Knudson, Timothy Cheng, Jesse Pickel
Makeup assistants Shimu Takanori, Micka Omura
Hair assistant LaMesha Mosley
Manicure assistants Bojir Hasanov, Joelle Rodriguez
Location Pier 59 Studios