With her blonde pixie crop, pale skin and heavily made-up eyes, Tali Lennox is the spitting image of her mother Annie Lennox in her Eighties prime.
Tali Lennox, 19, dropped out of the progressive King Alfred School in North London two years ago to pursue a modeling career.
She has since worked for Prada, designers Mark Jacobs and Christopher Kane, and was the face of Karen Millen’s Spring-Summer 2012 campaign.
In her latest assignment, for the February issue of Tatler, Tali Lennox is seen posing with the soup tin on her head. In another shot she shows off her long legs in a pair of tiny black and white striped shorts.
But this could be one of Tali Lennox’s last modelling jobs – she has moved from London to New York to live on her own and decide what to do next.
Tali Lennox says: “I don’t really want to do fashion shows again, to be honest. I’ve been extremely lucky, but I’m not 6ft tall and I don’t look like [the supermodel] Gisele.”
She could move into art: at the Notting Hill home she used to share with her mother – whose hits include Who’s That Girl? – she painted downstairs in a house that was decorated with works by Francis Bacon and other eminent artists. Last year, her self-portraits featured in an exhibition at London gallery Whisper, owned by Ronnie Wood’s son James.
Tali Lennox says: “I’ve already sold one piece, which is really flattering.”
Her father is the Israeli film and record producer Uri Fruchtmann, Annie Lennox’s second husband. They divorced in 2000.
Annie Lennox, 58, was married again in September, to South African gynaecologist Mitch Besser.