Emily Ratajkowski’s son Sylvester, 1, snags Tory Burch campaign

Sylvester Apollo Bear is already following in his model mom’s footsteps.

Emily Ratajkowski’s 1-year-old son had landed his first fashion campaign, joining his mother in Tory Burch’s new spring 2023 ads.

“Sly ! My little 👽⭐️ alien superstar. I love my Tory family so much,” the “Gone Girl” actress, 31, captioned a carousel of Instagram photos from the mommy-and-me shoot Tuesday.

In the images, little Sly models three different costumes, dressing up as a neon green alien (accessorized with a teeny matching Tory Burch bag), a chicken and a carrot.

He also tries on an adult-sized denim jacket that reaches down to his ankles.

 Sylvester Apollo Bear
Sylvester Apollo Bear was the real star of the Tory Burch campaign.
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Ratajkowski’s industry pals couldn’t get enough, with Lily Aldridge commenting, “Cuties!!” and Helena Christensen writing, “Love all these Emily.”

“I can’t see anyone or anything but beautiful Sly!” added Amber Valletta, while Elsa Hosk called the snaps “Soooo stinkin cute.”

 Sylvester Apollo Bear modeling
The mini model also rocked an oversized denim jacket.
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While Sylvester’s joined his mom on set in the past, this marks his first starring role in a designer campaign.

The Inamorata designer shares her son with her ex-husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard.

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Sly joined his model mom for the shoot.
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Ratajkowski filed for divorce from the producer in September 2022, two months after Page Six broke the news of their split.

The duo showed off their mommy-and-me Burch bags.

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Ratajkowski and her son appear together in the spring campaign.


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Sylvester Apollo Bear
Sylvester got to model his own little green handbag.

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Ratajkowski posed for a few other shots without her son.


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The “Blurred Lines” beauty opened up about their breakup on Tuesday’s episode of her “High Low” podcast.

“I know a lot of people are unhappily married for a long time because they’re so afraid of divorce,” the essayist shared. “I don’t think that’s a good way to live.”

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