Anatomy of a look: Kate Moss

When it comes to signature style, no one quite does it like supermodel Kate Moss. 

Boho meets rock ‘n’ roll with a couture-come- highstreet sensibility, all the while looking like she fell fabulously out of bed. Is that even possbile? But, of course. Let’s break it down, shall we?


Anatomy of a look: Kate Moss

Our Kate owns the tux jacket. Worn with skinny jeans, cut-off shorts or maxi dresses, she works this trademark like the rent’s due tomorrow. Somehow she always manages to make it look so damn cool.

Petite girlfriend blazer, Topshop, €68


Anatomy of a look: Kate Moss

“This old thing?” It just happens to a boho chevron maxi dress recycled from her 2009 Topshop line. No chance of nabbing the same one but this dead ringer from The Outnet will do the job nicely.

Issa Pollyanna; printed silk-georgette maxi dress, The Outnet, was €1,148.01; now €459.21


Anatomy of a look: Kate Moss

Partial to a vintage belt, Ms Moss pulls this look together with effortless aplomb. The Cartier jewels aren’t too shabby either! Suede belt with golden buckle, Uterqüe, €59

Anatomy of a look: Kate Moss 


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