Sistine Stallone recently enjoyed a night out with her parents, Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin. The trio were spotted heading for dinner at American designer Ralph Lauren’s upmarket Polo Club in New York City last week. The 16-year-old showed off her long legs in a little black dress.

The teen's dress featured a sheer lace panel near the waist and showed off a hint of her midriff. She paired the dress with strappy peep-toe shoes with block heels. Sistine accessorized with a small chain and a bracelet. Her long tresses were left loose into a side parting.

Her mom Jennifer looked elegant in a fitted white pencil skirt, with a black top and dark gray jacket. The 46-year-old former model carried a cream-colored handbag and wore black high heels. She accessorized with big hoop earrings and sported a fringe hairstyle, according to E! News. Sistine’s dad kept his outfit coordinated in all black, with a red tie and tan jacket.

The teenager already has three Teen Vogue photoshoots to her credit. She is keen to follow her mom’s footsteps and said that it was mom who taught her the nuances of modeling. According to Sistine, her mom taught her how to walk on the runway and how to become someone else in a certain outfit. “Modeling is basically acting, changing personalities. You don’t want to be yourself,” the teen told Vogue earlier this year.

Born into a famous family, she values her upbringing, to which she realizes most kids don’t have access. The teen said her dad’s work takes the family to almost all parts of the world, from Italy to Thailand. And when her dad travels for work, it is a vacation for the family.

Meanwhile, the proud dad, the 68-year-old “Rocky” star, shared a photo of him and his daughter on Instagram. “My daughter modeling. She’s trying very hard to attain her dreams,” he captioned the picture. He also posted another black and white shot of Sistine from the photoshoot. He credited the picture to famous photographer Arthur Elgort, adding that his aspiring model daughter was off to a wonderful start.