Keeping it in the family - Kate Moss and younger sister Lottie take in show at London Fashion Week
Published 18/02/2014 | 11:17
Supermodel Kate Moss was showing her younger model sister the ropes at London Fashion Week.
As Topshop Unique unveiled its new collection, the pair sat front row alongside some of the fashion world’s giants.
Kate introduced her half-sister Lottie Moss to the influential Vogue US Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour and Topshop boss and retail entrepreneur Sir Philip Green.
Lottie signed to Storm models earlier this year and is hoping to follow in her sister’s fashion footsteps.
Storm was the same agency that discovered her older sister Kate at JFK airport at age 14 before she was catapulted to stardom.
Hoping to emerge from her supermodel sibling's shadow, the 16-year-old donned a tropical powdery blue and black skirt with an edgy leather jacket at the show.
The sister duo posed for photographers, displaying their similarities of porcelain skin and wispy blonde wavy hair.
Kate left the labels at home as she arrived in a green floral boilersuit by the high street brand.
The khaki hues and utility vibe were glammed up with a jet-black fur jacket and towering heels.
Lottie is the daughter of Kate's father Peter and his second wife Inger.
The sisters also led the fashion pack beside founder of Net-a-Porter Natalie Massenet and model Cara Delevingne’s sister Poppy.
They sat back to enjoy Topshop Unique’s offering of preppy blazers, futuristic puffer coats and shift dresses that were always accompanied by the great white shirt.
The multi-coloured patchwork 1970s-inspired creations were sure to be a favourite with style icon Kate.
Model Jourdan Dunn sported an embroidered mustard dress with a shirt style collar.
Mustard, beige and camel pieces followed the cobalt blue designs that opened the show.
Fur was a main player in the collection, executed in panelling, oversized stoles and gilets.
Trend-spotter Kate has a vast vintage collection of fur coats so was more than likely eyeing up the next fur creation that will take up residence in her wardrobe.