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Lily owns the runway at petitePARADE fashion showcase in mid-October (right).Lee Clower; Christian JohnstonAge: 11From: BrooklynEarnings this year: $22KAgency: Wilhelmina KidsTop campaigns: Nike, Levi’s, Famous Footwear, Bonnie Young, Kohls, Uniqlo, Ralph Lauren, VelveteenTalent spotted: Lily was shopping at Fairway in Red Hook two years ago with her venture capitalist dad, Max, when they were approached by a scout from Wilhelmina.
“Max was a little skeptical at first, but Lily was superkeen to pursue it,” says her mom, Rebecca Chee.“We went to a go-see [audition] for Nike and got an immediate callback.
”Glamour assignments: Nike treated the Chees to an all-expenses-paid stay at Beverly Hills’ L’ermitage Hotel during her shoot for its 2014 spring campaign.
“We’d booked a vacation to Puerto Vallarta during the same period, so they flew us to Mexico right after.”Lily’s look: With a Caucasian mom and a dad whose family hails from Malaysia, Lily is considered “ethnically ambiguous” — a look that has universal appeal.
“She’s also very bright and energetic, jumping around all over the place and very sporty,” her mother says.
The long view: “You don’t put your children into modeling because of the money,” says Chee, who, like the other parents here, invests Lily’s earnings in a savings account which she can’t access until she is 18., between Eighth and Ninth avenues, 4th Floor, Suite 420Sale: Nov.