Growing up in the spotlight is something that Kaia Gerber doesn't think she'll ever get "used to."
The 15-year-old model daughter of Cindy Crawford chatted with ET about her budding fashion career during Daily Front Row's Fourth Annual Media Awards in New York on Thursday.
"I don't think you ever get used to it, because this isn't normal," Gerber told ET's Jennifer Peros of a life filled with flash bulbs and red carpets.
The teen, who has been making a name for herself in the fashion world, received the coveted Model of the Year honor at the Front Row Awards, and her was family there to cheer her on.
"It means so much to me that they came," Gerber gushed of her mom, Cindy, dad Rande Gerber, and brother Presley. "We live in L.A., so for them to fly to New York and it's a busy time this year [during New York Fashion Week]. So I am really honored that they came to support me."
Beyond being thankful for her family's support, Gerber revealed the best modeling advice that she's ever gotten from her supermodel mom.
"She told me to have a thought behind every picture, every expression, so that you are not just like, staring, [or] blank behind your eyes. You have a reason for what you're doing."
Balancing a busy modeling schedule with being a "normal teenager" isn't always easy, but Gerber loves her job.
"It seems like a lot, but I definitely need time to do normal teenage things," she shared. "Even though I have to miss out on some things that normal teenagers do, this makes it all worth it."