Kaia Gerber looked casual as she was spotted leaving San Vicente Bungalows in West Hollywood on Wednesday.
The model, 21, who is currently dating Austin Butler, 32, flashed her toned physique in a white crop top and blue low-rise trousers.
To shield her eyes from the sun, she donned a pair of all-black, retro shades in a slim frame.
Kaia then changed into jeans and a chic brown top as she head out to visit a friend in the Los Feliz neighborhood.
It was confirmed earlier in May that the couple are not engaged after wild rumours circulated Austin had popped the question.
TMZ denied that Butler asked for Gerber’s hand in marriage after it was rumoured that the star proposed to the model in April.
It started when gossip site Deuxmoi shared an Instagram post that claimed that the two were set to walk down the aisle.
It was also claimed Kaia happily accepted, however the couple did not want to announce their plans to wed to the public.
The American Horror Story actress and Rande Gerber and the popular actor have been dating since December 2021.
And even though they have a 10-year age gap, Kaia’s famous parents have given the couple their approval
It comes after Kaia’s mother Cindy Crawford debuted on the September cover for both US and British Vogue along with her Nineties supermodel pals Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell.
They all posed side by side for the September 2023 issue, which is the big fall fashion issue.
The cover girls all wore dark colors as they posed for shutterbug Rafael Pavarotti. The issue hits newsstands August 22.
The ladies are plugging the new Apple TV+ docuseries The Supermodels which will premiere on September 20.
The four-part show focuses on the top models of the 1990s.
The series is directed by Academy Award winner Roger Ross Williams and Larissa Bills, while it was executive produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard’s Imagine Documentaries.
‘There was a sisterhood there, defined by caring and loyalty: When one is down you pick the other one up,’ Campbell shared with Vogue.
The ladies also said they were able to avoid the abuses that were in the fashion industry in the 90s.
‘It’s just luck and grace, honestly. I felt like my career took off pretty quickly, so maybe there were more eyes on me and they couldn’t get away with stuff,’ said Turlington. ‘But I don’t even think it was that: Predatory people are predatory people.’
‘You’d get invited to a party on someone’s yacht and I’d think, What do you even wear on a yacht? What fork do you use? So I would just not go,’ added Cindy. ‘Yes, I probably missed out on some fabulous opportunities but probably avoided some less than fabulous opportunities as well.’
Naomi said she was tough in her youth: ‘I come from a strong line of Black women, Jamaican women. If something felt wrong, I told it. I spoke up.’
Evangelista talked losing the perks that come with fame.
‘Out of sight, out of mind. Now we buy our tickets and we sit with the fans in nosebleed—we’re fine with that. I wanted to have a very normal upbringing for my child,’ she said of attending games with her son Augie, who she shares with ex François-Henri Pinault, Salma Hayek’s current husband.
‘We went to Chanel a couple of weeks ago to get a present and we waited half an hour to get in,’ she added. ‘[Augie] said, ‘Isn’t there someone you could call?’ I do not want an enтιтled child.’