Kate Moss, 47, and daughter Lila, 18, wear silver showstopper gowns at designer Kim Jones’s first Fendi catwalk show in Paris – and models stay socially distanced inside giant perspex letters
Kate Moss and her daughter Lila returned to the catwalk for designer Kim Jones’s first couture catwalk show for Fendi in Paris on Wednesday.
Kate, 47, put on a busty display in a plunging silver satin gown which had pretty embellishments by the hem and her lookalike daughter Lila, 18 looked incredible in a silver double layered beaded dress.
Models stayed socially distanced from one another amid the global coronavirus pandemic as they stood inside giant perspex letters which spelled out the word ‘Fendi’.
Showing her the ropes: Lila Moss, 18, and her mother Kate, wore silver showstopper gowns at designer Kim Jones’s first Fendi catwalk show in Paris on Wednesday – and models stayed socially distanced inside giant perspex letters
Kate and Lila stood alongside one another without breaking rules because they live in the same household.
Joining the pair was Cara Delevingne, 28, who went braless under a green sheer shirt and open patterned suit, while Naomi Campbell, 50, commanded attention in a metallic marble print dress which came complete with a dramatic cape.
The couture piece sheathed over Naomi’s slender fame and was made of a satin-type material.
Like mother, like daughter: Kate and Lila showcased the dresses in a perspex box as they are from the same household
Great idea: Models stayed socially distanced from one another amid the global coronavirus pandemic as they stood inside giant perspex letters which spelled out the word ‘Fendi’
Showing her the ropes: Lila looked incredible in a silver double layered beaded dress
Watching on proudly: Kate followed shortly after Lila on the catwalk
Loving life: Kate had a big smile on her face as she put her hands up to the glass
Muses: Kate wore a busty silver satin gown and wet look hair as she took to the catwalk
Her hair was slicked back into a tight bun, with the catwalk queen sporting an elaborate headpiece which cascaded down her neck.
And while Naomi, Kate and Lila all wore dresses, Cara caught the eye in an androgynous camouflage suit.
Cara’s look was a stark contrast to the feminine gowns worn by some of the other models, as she wore a green and orange blazer with an oversized collar and camouflage print.
Catwalk queen: Naomi Campbell lived up to her supermodel status as she hit the catwalk in a metallic marble print dress which came complete with a dramatic cape
Ice queen: Naomi cut an impressive figure as she stood in her box with the cape trailing down the makeshift staircase
The matching jacket and trousers were accompanied by enormous earrings and a matching sheer mint green blouse.
Cara’s hair was slicked back into a barely-there style aside from a 1920s quiff curl as she walked the runaway before posing in one of the show’s individual perspex letters.
Meanwhile Bella Hadid, 24, oozed sophistication in a black halterneck gown with a sheer overlay that flowed into a cape following her down the runway.
The model finished the ensemble with oversized earrings as she walked the catwalk in British designer Kim’s first ever show for the brand.
All eyes on her: Bella Hadid stormed the catwalk in a gothic black dress which had cut out detailing at the bust and a translucent overlay
Making a statement: The model oozed glamour with her dramatic earrings, while the stunning couture dress was embellished with thousands of beads
Model credentials: Bella cut a glamorous figure as she posed against a bookcase
Demi Moore also made her mark in the style industry as she too joined the slew of models for the Fendi Spring-Summer 2021 presentation.
The actress, 58, caught the eye as she was dressed in a satin black blouse, complete with a peplum hemline.
Exuding edgy chic, the screen star’s shirt featured a low-cut neckline, which highlighted her cleavage.
The producer teamed the bold piece with a pair of wide-leg trousers and ensured focus remained on her outfit by opting for minimal jewellery.
Demi’s chained headpiece served as a statement accessory in her incredible look, while her youthful-looking complexion was accentuated with dewy make-up
Model behaviour: Cara Delevingne nailed feminine chic in a green and pink marble suit on the catwalk
Life at sea: Cara wore seashell inspired earrings, while her hair was slicked over into a side-parting
Sparkly: The matching jacket and trousers were accompanied by enormous earrings and a matching sheer mint green blouse
British designer Jones, who joined Italian fashion house Fendi as its lead designer for womenswear in September 2020, and continues to fulfil his role as artistic director at Dior Men’s.
Jones succeeds the late Karl Lagerfeld in his Fendi role, which the designer held from the mid-1960s. Chanel designer Karl sadly died February 19, 2019.
Moss told Vogue ahead of the show: ‘I always wanted to wear his [Kim’s] menswear – and now he’s making womenswear!’
The supermodel was one of Jones’s muses for the latest collection, and one of his best friends, and the publication notes that she modelled his clothing at Charleston, in the March 2021 issue.
There she is: Demi Moore made her mark in the style industry as she too joined the slew of models for the Fendi Spring-Summer 2021 presentation
Striking: The actress, 58, caught the eye as she was dressed in a satin black blouse, complete with a peplum hemline
‘It’s quite a challenge,’ said Antoine Arnault, the LVMH group head of communications and chief executive of Berluti, who has known Mr. Jones since they worked together at Vuitton.
He told the New York Times: ‘Mr. Jones is one of our superstars. When you have a top footballer on your team, you want to let him play to to his full potential.’
Ralph Lauren, Giorgio Armani, Raf Simons and Hedi Slimane have all made the leap from menswear to womenswear.
Debut: British designer Kim Jones walked the runway after presenting his creations for the Fendi’s Spring-Summer 2021 collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, in Paris, on Wednesday
The site reports that Fendi surpassed a billion euros in revenue in 2017 (about $1.2 billion) to become one of the more important brands in the LVMH portfolio.
The publication also reported the show is inspired by ‘Orlando’ and the whole Bloomsbury set.
He told the NY Times: ‘Couture is very personal. It is, after all, about garments made to order, for a single person. Orlando was demonstrably very personal to him. Hence couture equals Orlando.’
Kate’s daughter Lila made her catwalk debut for Miu Miu in October last year.
Big shoes to fill: Jones succeeds the late Karl Lagerfeld in his Fendi role, which the designer held from the mid-1960s. His debut collection is based on Orlando
Money: It is reported that Fendi surpassed a billion euros in revenue in 2017 (about $1.2 billion) to become one of the more important brands in the LVMH portfolio
Earlier this month Kate admitted she was ‘so emotional’ watching her daughter follow in her footsteps.
She told the January issue of Vogue: ‘Yeah it was so emotional seeing Lila on the runway, it wasn’t emotional I was really nervous for her.
‘I was sitting on the kitchen table and Katie England was there and Rosemary, and other girlfriends, and we were waiting for the show to start on the link, and when she came out we were like [gasp] she’s doing it, she’s doing it! I was so proud.’
Lila burst onto the fashion scene when she signed to her mother’s agency and became the face of Marc Jacobs Beauty, after years out of the public eye.
Womenswear: Feminine colours, lace and bead embellishment were predominant features in Kim Jones’ collection
After the show: Upon leaving Naomi was joined by Christy Turlington
‘When I met Lila Moss for the first time in 2008, I was on a holiday in Ibiza and went to Formentera for the day to visit with her mum, Kate Moss, and other friends and family,’ the designer said after announcing her addition to the books.
‘At just six years old, Lila’s strong character, demeanour and great beauty was already very apparent.
‘The next time I saw Lila was in August of 2011 at Kate’s wedding, her character was even more dynamic and her beauty even greater.’
In November, she shot her first solo magazine cover for Dazed – which is owned by her father, Jefferson Hack.
In a previous interview with Allure, Lila revealed how she became involved in the modelling world.
‘I think because I’ve seen it since I was so small it’s always been an interest,’ she said.
‘When I did my first modelling shoot, I was like, “Yeah I enjoyed it. I want to do more.” And I think it’s worked out really well.’
Clever: Models showed off the collection behind perspex screens to ensure safety measures were adhered to amid the coronavirus pandemic
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