The supermodel was joined by her hubby Jamie Hince and the new and current faces of the brand – Rita Ora and Georgia May Jagger to celebrate 180 years of cool
Kate Moss ruled the London party scene last night, taking centre stage at Rimmel's 180 Years Of Cool party at the London Film Museum.
The supermodel, a long-standing face of the British beauty brand, rocked up in a stunning beaded cape and her trademark black skinny jeans with her hubby Jamie Hince. Both arrived in a black cab adorned with one of Kate's famous Rimmel make-up ads.
Beauty industry experts, journalists and celebrities were all invited to the glam event, which celebrated the brand's heritage.
Georgia May Jagger, the current face of the 'London Look' was also in attendance, looking incredible in a sheer beaded twenties-inspired dress, complete with glam green make-up and a huge mop of blonde curls. They were joined by Rita Ora, who's recently announced she's designing her own celebrity range for Rimmel.
Rita Ora opted for a totally different look to the supermodels, rocking a full tartan suit by Moschino. She even matched her bow-tie to her blazer and trousers, and teamed her outfit with a bright red signature red lip (by Rimmel, natch).
She performed her biggest hits including Shine Ya Light and R.I.P, while her new supermodel pals – and fellow industry great Iggy Azalea looked on.
The bods at Rimmel sure know how to throw a party.
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