High Fashion Is Going Mini

A new generation of pint-sized supermodels-in-training are showing some of the most glamorous labels.
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As you're finishing up those holiday gift orders, you may have noticed models younger and tinier than ever. Well, the rising stars you're about to meet may take the cake. They are kid models who can earn an adult living. But are some of these new gl glamazons going to racy too soon? You would think the angels would be the big news this month. But also causing a stir? Photos of 9-year-old model Christina, from Russia. Dubbed the most beautiful girl in the world. That's her in a campaign for Armani kids. Modeling since she was a toddler, she shares photo shoots with her more than 500,000 followers on instainstagram. Which sometimes attracts disturbing comments, as well as critics who question if some of her images are oversexualized. But her mother has fired back, saying, you must think like a pedophile in order to see something sexual in these pictures. So, it is time for you to see a doctor. I am certain in my mind all her photographs are absolutely innocent. Violent noble is an American child model. Starring in commercials from verizon and Levi. That's her in target's holiday catalog. On this day, she's prepping for a high end fashion show. Even though she's getting grownup makeup, violet's mom, a former model herself, says she's fiercely protective of her daughter. The world's most beautiful girl, her mother defends her pictures. Good for her. There is always a couple of negative people out there that want to spin things around. She looks adorable to me. I would defend her, too, if that was my daughter. Reporter: You would not let anything be oversexualized? Not even a chance that would happen. There are no such things as mistakes. Reporter: They have a zero tolerance for anything not age appropriate. So, what's the policy in terms of, when you take a tween and make her too sexy. We will pull the kid from the set. We represent children models. We do not represent children who are trying to be adults. Violet, you're a star. So cute. So cute. I love the smile. So pretty. Reporter: Violet is in high the demand. Head up. Reporter: She's part of a new generation of elite super models in training, modelling some of the most glamorous names in luxury fashion. Oscar de la rent, mark Jacobs, Armani. All rolling out lines tailored for kids. Spotting a competitive neariche for a group of kids that have that certain je ne say quo. That's Romeo Beckham. Yes, that Beckham. Mod Ming an $800 burberry trench coat. Child models can command up to $1,500 a day. Violet is doing this runway gig for charity. For luxe canury kids designer Bonnie young. Do you get butterflies? Yeah, a little by. It's like you're going on a roller coaster. Reporter: Violet's mom works in charity pr and spends a lot of time supporting her child's career. I'm just a chauffeur and the side kick. I'm her entourage. Reporter: Dad's a firefighter and both parents are teaching violet to save well beyond the 15% required by state law and keeping her dreams modest. What do you plan to do with this pile of money that you've been earning? College and a house. And if I get a scholarship, which would be amazing, I would use it to travel. Reporter: Does it change the equation, at all, between the parent/child relationship when the child's earning that much money? Well, it doesn't seem to. Our kids -- you've met them, they are so grounded. My name is wolf. Reporter: Wolf is just 7. His portfolio boasts spreads for Cole's, J. Crew and Joe fresh. Are there ever times you're like, I'd rather be outside? No, I never have those feelings. Reporter: True blue. This is -- this was my dream, to be a model. Reporter: This is not your mom secretly pushing you into this, huh? She doesn't force me to do it. Reporter: Wolf also has a tireless momager. Most days, they are busy hustling from one gig to the next. A lot of the parents come on and say, it's too much too soon. They are too young to be out there doing professional stuff. He knows what he's doing. And to be honest, the sets, everybody's very kind, very nice, very professional. I think if I did have a bad incident, I would probably say, let's go home. How about shiny pink? No. Reporter: Both moms admit having a professional model for a child means a lot of unsung work for them. You have to be on time, too. You have to get there, make sure he's ready. It's a commitment between you and your child. Number one, your child has to want to do it. If they don't want to do it and you're pushing them, I don't care how cute your kid is, it's pointless. Reporter: It's often long, tedious hours, but even that has an upside. Being able to have a child in the car with you for several hours a day -- I don't think many parents in America, at least, have that opportunity to really understand what's going on in their kid's life and -- I don't know, it's kind of cool, right? Reporter: Let's face it. Every parent thinks their kid is gorgeous. But not every kid is cut out to be a model. These kids are really smart kids. They are children who know what they want who are well behaved. Reporter: You can see the desire in the faces of these hopefuls, lining up at open casting calls across the country. What do you think makes a good model? It's more about your personality than your looks sometimes. Reporter: The odds may be slim, but for those who make it, success can be awfully sweet. When she started, I told her, I said, look, you are going to be lucky if you get one. And she's like, I know, I want to do it. And so, of course, she goes on her first audition, it was for Oscar Dede la rent. Reporter: And she landed the gig. She looks up and me and she goes, see, mommy! And I was like, oh, no! I'm in for it now. Reporter: Mom says violet can quit modeling any time she wants. She's a girl with a lot of different ambitions. What do you want to be when you grow up? I want to be a photographer. What do you like about it? The cameras. Oh, my gold. I did not see this. Reporter: For now, wolf is enjoying the limelight, too. And having a career that pays comes with its perks. $85 -- You can spending your birthday money. Reporter: He's saved up more than enough for a coveted pair of shoes. He may have a grownup paycheck, but clearly, he's still a kid at heart.

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