Die Antwoord's daughter just became the 'It' girl at New York Fashion Week

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Sitting front row at Alexander Wang's Spring/Summer 2017 show at New York Fashion Week (already a massive indicator of 'It' girl status) alongside her dad Ninja, teen Sixteen Jones was properly introduced to the world. A "Zef" Debutante's Ball if you will.  And boy, did they lap her right up.

South African Zef music group Die Antwoord has featured their daughter in some of their past music videos and she appeared alongside her famous parents on the cover of Rolling Stone in 2012 - baring a striking resemblance to The Addams Family's Wednesday, I might add.

Clad in what Vogue calls a "Wang-worthy" look - worthy of being part of the 'It' girl #WangSquad - i.e. in an oversized white tee, low hair bun and white eye-makeup, the teen struck a pose along with her famous father.

9:26 PM | @zaf_alien sits in the front row of #WANGSS17 with his daughter Sixteen. Photo: @sherlyrabbani

A photo posted by ALEXANDER WANG (@alexanderwangny) on

The makeup look was reminiscent of the style her mom adapted at the Alexander Wang Fall 2012 fashion show. Be it much less creepy and toned down.

Vogue says that her white-out eyeliner look stole the front row, which, sitting among #WangSquad members like Kylie Jenner, is a feat in itself.

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