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Like mother like daughter, like father like son — Hollywood’s offspring are telling their A-list parents to move over and make room!

The runways at this year’s New York Fashion Week turned into a Who’s Who of celebrity children, as the genetically-blessed kids and twenty-somethings hit the catwalk or ruled the front row show after show after show.

Yes, we all know our Jenners and Hadids, but they weren’t the only ones strutting their stuff in NYC. Candace Cameron, Kelsey and Camille Grammer, Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin, and yes, even Richard Grieco all had precious progeny flaunting their good genes … some even making their modeling debuts at this year’s event.

Top tier shows like Tommy Hilfiger, Michael Kors, Malan Beton and Ralph Lauren all had next-generation celebs in their shows … and Kaia Gerber, daughter of Cindy Crawford and hubby Rande Gerber, even snagged a Breakthrough Model of the Year award at NYFW’s Daily Front Row’s 4th Annual Media Awards.

The walking clothes-hangers on the catwalk weren’t the only ones getting attention though. A-list offspring stole the show from the sidelines as well, as they watched their gorgeous friends and family from the front row.

Brooklyn Beckham sat alongside his father David Beckham and Vogue editor Anna Wintour for his “mum” Victoria Beckham’sSpring 2017 collection … Kylie Jenner supported Kendall at the Alexander Wang show … and Kim Zolciak’s daughter Brielle joined her to check out the new Sherri Hill collection. Madonna, Debi Mazar and Jessica Seinfeld all also attended shows with their daughters.

And when the models above age out, there’s already another crop in training.

The Kids Rock! fashion show featured an even younger crew making their debuts. The Game, Scottie and Larsa Pippen, Melissa and Joe Gorga, Teresa Giudice and more all had tots and pre-teens showing off the latest fashions as well.

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