There are many legendary people in popular culture but only some can be mentioned as the icon of an era, an icon everyone, in basically every corner of the world knows and respects. These people might not be with us anymore but the heritage of some includes grandchildren that, of course, will never be able to become nearly as great as their grandparents but are surely people to look out for.
1. Lydia Guevara
The granddaughter of Ernesto "Che" Guevara is happy to follow her famous predecessor's steps, only her bandoliers are carrots and her intention is to promote animal rights, standing on PETA's side.
2. Tuki Brando
Tuki was only 16 when he was shot for L'Uomo Vogue and a year later he was chosen by Donatella Versace to be the face of the fashion house's men's campaign. He owes his exotic looks to his Tahitian grandmother, Tarita Teriipia, whom Marlon Brando met on the set of Mutiny on the Bounty.
3. Riley Keough
She is probably the most successful of the trio and the one who does not use her grandfather's name (she is the daughter of Lisa Marie Presley and Danny Keough and Elvis's granddaughter). She works as a model and she has already worked with Dolce&Gabbana, Tommy Hilfiger, Dior and many others. However, in 2007 she said she wanted to be a photographer and she is also trying herself as an actress. We'll see where she gets with that.