BY NICOLE EGGENBERGER
Does that come in camouflage? “Duck Dynasty” star Sadie Robertson made her New York Fashion Week modeling debut on Monday, Sept. 9. The gorgeous 16-year-old daughter of Willie and Kori Robertson walked the runway in a black-and-white polka-dot prom dress during the Evening By Sherri Hill Spring 2014 show at the Trump Tower.
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With a huge smile on her face and her family cheering her on, the brunette beauty modeled the floor-length ball gown, which featured a sheer neckline and sparkly corset top. The young A&E reality star has partnered with Hill to create a line of prom dresses called Sadie Robertson Live Original.
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“We’re so proud and so happy about the partnership with Sherri Hill,” mom Kori told Us Weekly at the show. “She’s been awesome. And they’re a family business like we are, so we feel really great.” (The Robertson family operates Duck Commander, a company that makes products for duck hunters such as duck calls.)
Jessica Roberston, Jep Robertson, Will Robertson, Rebecca Robertson, Bella Robertson, John Luke Robertson, Sadie Robertson, Silas Merritt “Si” Robertson, Korie Robertson and Willie Robertson attend the Evening By Sherri Hill Spring 2014 show at Trump Tower in NYC on Sept. 9.
Sadie told Us that her number one priority in designing prom dresses is to make them unique. “We’re living original, that’s our motto,” the West Monroe, Louisiana native explained. “All our dresses are unique and represent who we are.”
But she also factors in her dad Willie’s opinion. “It’s gotta be long enough . . . the finger-tip rule,” she said with laugh about making sure her dresses are “daddy-approved.” “Everything modest up here,” she added about necklines.
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Since she’s only a sophomore, Sadie hasn’t been to prom yet — but she already got asked this year by an upperclassman!
“I am excited,” she shared, but added that she hasn’t chosen her dress yet. “[I'll pick] one of the dresses in the line. I don’t know which one. It’s so hard to choose.”