Irina Shayk grabs attention in a Mickey Mouse t-shirt and red leather coat as she heads to lunch with daughter Lea
She’s no stranger to turning heads in trendy outfits, whether she’s on the catwalk or walking the streets.
And Irina Shayk proved she was just as eye-catching when she opted for a low-key appearance as she headed for lunch with her daughter Lea, four, on Sunday in New York’s West Village.
The top model, 35, stood out in a black Mickey Mouse t-shirt, paired with a red leather jacket.
Just the two of us: Irina Shayk left for lunch Sunday with her four-year-old daughter Lea in New York’s West Village.
Adding an edgy touch to her look, the runway star wore distressed jeans and chunky boots.
The Russian beauty swept her locks out of her face and into a bun, while accessorizing with quirky undertones.
Her mini-me, meanwhile, followed in his mother’s footsteps wearing a trench coat, slogan tee, shiny boots and leggings.
Turn heads: The top model, 35, stood out in a black Mickey Mouse t-shirt, paired with a red leather jacket
Irina shares her daughter with her ex Bradley Cooper, 46, who she dated from 2015 to 2019.
The former couple make sure their child speaks her mother’s native language, as it has been reported that they took her to weekly Russian lessons.
Page Six had previously claimed that Lea’s language sessions were part of Bradley and Irina’s custody deal, which they finalized after their separation.
Old files: The catwalk queen shares her daughter with ex Bradley Cooper, 46, who she dated from 2015 to 2019 (pictured)
The special school, located in the financial district, promises “full immersion in Russian language and culture from an early age by creating fun learning experiences”.
Brunette beauty Irina grew up in the small town of Yemanzhelinsk in the USSR – now Western Russia, before moving to the States in 2007.
The duo’s co-parenting plan stipulates that the two celebrities must reside in New York City.
Doting: The duo’s co-parenting plan states the two celebrities must reside in New York City (Bradley and Lea pictured in January)