Kaia Gerber showed off her sense of style on Saturday evening as she arrived to New York City’s Saturday Night Live studio.
The model, 21, sported a purple mini dress while layering a longline leather coat on top as she arrived with her supermodel mother Cindy Crawford and businessman father Rande Gerber.
She took to the live sketch show to watch her boyfriend of one year Austin Butler perform for it’s Christmas special.
Style: Kaia Gerber, 21, put on a stylish display in a purple dress and leather coat on Saturday as she arrived at Saturday Night Live to watch boyfriend Austin Butler perform
Kaia teamed her plum mini dress with sheer tights and a pair of knee-high leather boots.
Her chocolate brown tresses were left down in a straight style, as the beauty pinned some strands away from her face.
Also arriving to the show was her famous parents Cindy and Rande, who joined their daughter to support her boyfriend’s Saturday Night Live debut.
Ensemble: Kaia teamed her plum mini dress with sheer tights and a pair of knee-high leather boots
Radiant: Her chocolate brown tresses were left down in a straight style, as the beauty pinned some strands away from her face
Low-key: She kept her head down while being ushered into the sketch show to support her boyfriend of a year
Cindy matched her only daughter with a pair of similar leather boots, while sporting a ribbed midi dress and leather jacket.
While her husband walked alongside her in a pair of black jeans, a T-shirt and coated jacket to watch the festive show.
To close out the episode, Austin had the chance to dive back into the his critically acclaimed Elvis role to sing Blue Christmas as a final farewell to SNL comedian, Cecily Strong, as she officially departed the show after 11 seasons.
Supportive family: Also arriving to the show was her famous parents Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber
Glowing: Cindy matched her only daughter with a pair of similar leather boots, while sporting a ribbed midi dress and leather jacket
The Golden Globe nominated actor also gave a heartfelt opening monologue, as he recalled watching SNL as a child with his late mother, and then dedicated his time on the show to her: ‘That’s for you, mom.’
Talking about his late mother, who passed away in 2014 due to a battle with cancer, Austin said: ‘Some of my favorite memories from growing up are watching SNL with her. And we’d watch every week.’
The Zoey 101 star expressed that when he was younger, he had a ‘crippling shyness,’ but when he was with his mom, ‘I’d just do anything to make her laugh,’ including a Gollum impression.
Austin stepped onto the decorated stage as the audience excitedly welcomed him with a cheerful applause at the beginning of the episode.
He opted for a sleek, black suit comprising of a double-breasted jacket and loose-fitting slacks. The star chose to not add a shirt underneath the jacket for a stylish flare.
And it was certainly a family affair, as not only Kaia and her parents were there to support Austin – but his older sister Ashley was too.
Debut host: Austin made his debut hosting Saturday Night Live, and confidently stepped onto the stage to start his opening monologue
Special serenade: He sang the hit Elvis song, Blue Christmas, in dedication to Cecily Strong departing from Saturday Night Live