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Kate Moss glams up for swanky London launch party
All eyes were on Kate Moss as she attended a launch party in London on Monday night.
The supermodel looked stunning in a lingerie-inspired minidress that showed off her long legs. She paired the daring number with a faux fur coat and black patent Louboutins while her blonde locks was were kept loose and wavy.
The 39-year-old was celebrating the launch of the new Couture Styling Line for Kerastase, of which she is the face.
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Before striking a pose on the red carpet with a male companion, Kate headed inside the exclusive Mayfair venue for the party. One of her good friends was denied access to the club's VIP area after security failed to recognise her, but she was eventually spotted by Kate and ushered inside.
Kate's London appearance comes the week after she took to the runway for good friend Marc Jacobs, closing the Louis Vuitton show at Paris Fashion Week.
The supermodel famously retired from the runway in 2004, but she makes exceptions for her best friend Marc Jacobs, who is the creative director of the French fashion house – the blonde beauty closed his Louis Vuitton show in 2011 wearing black hot pants.
This time, the 39-year-old took to the runway wearing a transparent, crystal adorned maxi dress and a black wig, oozing confidence as she worked the setting – a hotel complete with numbered stained oak doors and old-fashioned wallpaper that saw the models, including Cara Delevingne, step out from the doors of a corridor.
Kate had some support in the audience – wearing a cute biker jacket, her 11-year-old daughter Lila Grace had turned up to watch the show, accompanied by her dad Jefferson Hack and her stepdad Jamie Hince, who recently married Kate.
Meanwhile, Kate, who is helping to fundraise for Res Nose Day, is also gearing up to appear on Radio One for Comic Relief. The blonde beauty will be live on Nick Grimshaw's breakfast show.
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