She’s her mother’s daughter alright. Lila Moss stepped out at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday and gave us major nostalgia whilst channelling Kate Moss 90s energy. And it’s safe to say we are obsessed.
Lila sat FROW at the Saint Laurent show alongside Dua Lipa, Zoe Kravitz, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and more of the fashion set’s creme de la creme.
The 20 year-old has proved time and time again that she’s a supermodel in her own right, having walked the Versace runway back in September 2021 for Milan fashion week, and modelled for Fendi, Marc Jacobs Beauty and Ermanno Scervino.
MORE: Lila Moss facts: Everything you need to know about Kate Moss' daughter
Lila at the Saint Laurent show, PFW AW23
Despite this, Lila unsurprisingly resembles our catwalk muse Kate, and her appearance last night might just be her most Kate Moss-esque look to date.
She epitomised sophistication, oozing elegance in a stunning slinky strapless top and maxi skirt combo. The low rise maxi skirt (low rise…90s… need we say more?) paired with the top’s draping hem gave the illusion of a cut out style dress. Though cut outs have been having their moment over the last year or so, Lila’s key hole was significantly lower, honing in on the low-rise silhouette.
Both the skirt and top boasted flattering ruching. It was only last year that Kate donned a ruched LBD to Saint Laurent’s SS23 show at PFW.
She's her mother's double
From the back, she could easily have been mistaken for her mum. Lila wore her long blonde tresses loose and wavy that cascaded past her shoulders – Kate’s signature style.
Is there anything more ‘Kate Moss beauty’ than a bold red lip? Lila’s statement matte scarlet lips was the icing on the nostalgic cake.
Her look blended perfectly into the nature of Anthony Vaccarello’s show that placed emphasis on sophistication, whilst almost reinventing genderlass fashion. Shoulder padded skirt suits and ultra low neck vests dominated the agenda, in a transcending world of grand chandeliers, an opulent carpet for a runway and piano music, creating an ambience of the utmost elegance.
In January the brand’s creative director said: “I really want them to be almost one person,” he explained. “So women could be the men, and the men could be the women. No difference. I want more and more to put them at the same level. No distinction.”
Like this story? Sign up to our Hello! Fashion newsletter to get your weekly 'Fashion Fix' delivered straight to your inbox.