Jude Law’s teenage son Rafferty Law has landed a major fashion campaign. He has lent his face to luxury jewelry line Effra London’s lookbook. The 18-year-old made his fashion debut by walking the ramp for DKNY menswear show in London in June 2014.
He has starred in commercials for labels including Tiger of Sweden and several glossy magazine covers. Jude Law and Sadie Frost ’s son sizzles in the photoshoot. Rafferty channels a striking resemblance to his A-lister father as he smolders for the camera in a denim ensemble, Hello reported.
He wears pieces from the Effra’s new collection including necklaces, bracelets and signet rings (pictures here). The shoot also included a short video. “I’m Raff Law. I’m currently writing some songs with my band The Dirty Harry’s and gigging around London. I wear the gold signet ring,” the aspiring star tells the camera.
He also modeled a round gold pendant from the British jeweler. In the picture Raffertry is wearing an off-white sweater and the pendant. Cast in silver from a wax seal, the Effra swallow is embossed on the face of the Home pendant and the hidden sides feature the brand’s mark of authenticity. Minimalist and contemporary, this piece of neck candy will update your outfit in an instant and put a bohemian touch on any look.
The teen took to Instagram to share a picture from the shoot. It shows him with the ring and the bracelet.
Rafferty signed with Select Model Management and made his runway debut with the DKNY show at the London Fashion Week in 2014. The teen stormed the runway as his dad Jude watched from the sidelines. Apart from the Fashion Week, he also modelled for Spencer Hart’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection during London Collections: Men.
The blue-eyed teen looked cool and confident as he modeled a sharp navy blue suit and white shirt. Modeling aside, the teenager also plays the guitar and sings alongside Marley Mackay as the English blues and rock & roll duo Dirty Harry’s.
His dad Jude is the face of Dior Homme Sport. The 42-year-old actor is very supportive of his son’s career. “My 18-year-old’s in the business,” he told Page Six . “My 24-year-old, a gifted musician on piano and guitar, studies music in college. They’re my bedrock,” he told the magazine, talking about his children.