Kaia Gerber was affectionate with her boyfriend Austin Butler on Sunday as the two stepped out for dinner in Los Angeles.The 21-year-old supermodel – who strutted her stuff during Paris Fashion Week – held her beau’s, 31, arm as they walked through a parking garage in West Hollywood.Each of the superstars donned black disposable face masks and Kaia wore a pair of dark sunglasses.
The model, who is the daughter of Cindy Crawford, was on-trend as she rocked a long, patterned, blue and white sleeveless dress.
The fashionista teamed the frock with a pair of white socks and black Adidas Samba sneakers with white stripes.
Kaia stylishly rocked a beige sweater that she draped over her shoulders, complementing her look. The American Horror Story actress wore her dark locks loose, letting them fall down her back as she tucked the front pieces behind her ears. Butler, who hails from Southern California, was equally fashionable in a NASA baseball cap.He wore it with a vintage, white, short-sleeved graphic T-shirt with blue trim along its crew neck collar.
The Elvis sensation added a pair of black trousers and he wore a utilitarian-style jacket hanging off one shoulder.Finally, Austin rounded out the ensemble with a pair of well-worn, dark-colored work boots.It comes after earlier this month the longtime actor and his girlfriend were spotted on a date night in Paris.They walked hand-in-hand and coordinated in brown looks as they enjoyed a light night in the romantic city.
Kaia and Austin began dating each other in December 2021, shortly after Kaia ended a relationship with Jacob Elordi.In May the gossip blog Deuxmoi shared a post claiming the couple had gotten engaged.The post also implied that the two were avoiding being photographed together in order to keep their alleged news under wraps.It was later reported by TMZ that the rumors were false and the two stars are not engaged.
Despite their 10-year age gap, Kaia’s parents Cindy and Rande Gerber have given the lovebirds their blessing. Crawford told People that Kaia is balancing her career and personal life similarly to how she did in the 1980s.’I think that she kind of sees how my husband and I have dealt with it throughout the years,’ the former Pepsi model said.’Which is not like, we don’t ever try to, “Oh, we can’t go there because we might get photographed.”‘
Cindy said one big difference is that when she was in the peak of her career, social media didn’t exist.The former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl admitted she is also learning to navigate the phenomenon of the internet alongside her young daughter.She also noted that she is proud of how Kaia has handled being under a microscope so far.She said: ‘I’m learning along with her about that stuff, but I feel like she seems like she has a very good head on her shoulders and is figuring out how she wants to create that private work-public balance.’