Move over Kate Moss: Little sister Lottie lands her first Vogue cover
It must run in the family – Kate Moss’s little sister Lottie has just landed her first Vogue cover.
It was only a matter of time before the British supermodel’s half-sister followed in her footsteps.
After a handful of appearances on catwalks and editorials, the 18-year-old has secured her biggest booking to date, starring in the May issue of the prestigious Vogue Paris.
Wearing Saint Laurent, the budding model shares the cover with Instagram’s favourite male model, Lucky Blue Smith, shot by legendary fashion photographer Mario Testino.
It comes more than two decades after Kate Moss appeared on her first Vogue Paris cover in 1994, also wearing Yves Saint Laurent.
Kate has more than 20 covers for the French fashion bible under her belt, and was photographed by Mario Testino in 1999 for the magazine.
The stunning shot is emblazoned with a somewhat dramatic headline, which translates as “glory in the blood”.
“Who will be the runway star of tomorrow?” asks Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris’s editor-in-chief, inside the new issue.
Lottie made her modelling debut two years ago in an editorial shoot for Dazed & Confused.
It was followed by a catwalk appearance for Sonia Rykiel, an advertising campaign for a Calvin Klein capsule collection and a shoot for American Vogue alongside other famous sisters Bella Hadid and Kylie Jenner.