Kate Moss is an image of a proud mother when she recently attended Richard Quinn‘s fashion show held in a luxury hotel in London. The 47-year-old legendary British supermodel was in the event to witness Lila Grace Moss-Hack, her teenage daughter.
When you gaze at recent images shared on popular social media platforms like Instagram, you can see Kate Moss still got it going on. The businesswoman and fashion designer showed up in style to support her 18-year-old daughter.
Moreover, Katherine Ann Moss appeared casually chic as she was seated in the fashion show’s front row, proudly smiling. The 5 feet and 7 inches tall Croydon, Greater London native chose a blue and white striped shirt which she paired with flare jeans, a gorgeous blue velvet blazer, and a pair of brown boots.
Furthermore, Kate Moss let her honey blonde hair cascade on her back. You can tell from the circulating photos that the hazel-eyed contributing fashion editor for British Vogue happily watched her teenage daughter steal the spotlight.
Lila Grace was wearing a stunning red outfit. She walked the runway together with dozens of other models.
Their group all wore an alien look due to their vanishing eyebrows. Plus, these beautiful, svelte ladies sashayed down the runway in an array of body-hugging jumpsuits and colorful dresses.
Kate Moss’s daughter strutted her slim body in a red strapless playsuit featuring a giant bow in the front. Miss Moss-Hack completed her high fashion look with a matching silver statement necklace and red high-heel boots.
You can say Kate Moss’s daughter is like her beautiful mother as she looked impeccable, wearing perfect makeup and having her hair pulled back. Lila Grace also had her eyebrows completely bleached out, which truly caught the fashion world’s attention.
You can tell that in this fashion show in England, Kate Moss would eventually leave the fashion industry a wonderful legacy. Currently, she is taking on the fantastic role of being a doting mother and biggest fan of among the world’s future legendary supermodels.