Kate Moss, 47, joins daughter Lila, 18, in 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 Cara Delevingne 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 embellishements by the hem and her good friend Cara Delevingne, 28, went braless under a green sheer shirt and open patterned suit.
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.’
Muses: Kate Moss wears busty silver satin gown as she joins a braless Cara Delevingne at designer Kim Jones’s first catwalk show for Fendi in Paris – and models stay socially distanced inside giant perspex letters
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!’
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’
The supermodel was one of Jones’s muses for the latest collection, and the publication notes that she modelled his clothing at Charleston, in the March 2021 issue.