A while back we told you about Mick Jagger's daughter Georgia, the latest in a line of rock star offspring to try her hand at modeling. Now comes news from across the pond that rock'n'roll prince of darkness Nick Cave's son Jethro is following suit.
Young Jethro, 18, who lives in his dad's native Australia and bears a striking similarity to the Bad Seed, has apparently ditched his legal (and perfectly fine last name of Lazenby in favor of Cave. He has so far appeared in UK hipster rags *i-D* and *Dazed & Confused*, and was recently flown to Paris to meet with French fashion house Balenciaga. Of course, what he really wants to do is produce (music).
*In our never-ending thirst for knowledge, we sat down for a few words of wisdom with Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, veterans of urban education and creators of Public School, the rugged, multi-purpose streetwear label that hits stores mid month.*
Kempt: What is the inspiration behind Public School?
Chow: New York City—of course—and anyone who's ever survived public school. Our man is someone who's well-traveled and appreciates details.
Kempt: So than who is your ideal model for Public School?
Osborne: We are our best models.
Kempt: How modest. What parts of New York inspired this line—and don't say your apartment?
Chow: I don't think it's any one place. It's more of the idea of New York, all the five boroughs. Moving around the city and just collecting that energy everywhere you go.
Kempt: What are your favorite haunts in the five boroughs?
Chow: Max probably goes out more than me—but Bar Pitti and Freeman's for sure.
Osborne: Naw, naw—I don't go out that much. I just go with the wind. Someone tells me something's going on, I'm gonna go.