Kate Moss was attending a party thrown by make-up artist pal Charlotte Tilbury - and the first unveiling of her 3D portrait
Kate Moss dared to bare at an exclusive make-up bash held by pal Charlotte Tilbury at Selfridges last night.
The supermodel dressed all in black for the event, which celebrated the launch of the store's first ever beauty festival, and a whole week of make-up activities.
And not just that.
Ms Moss, who wowed in a slinky black dress and tux jacket, was met by a giant, 3D portrait of herself, by photographer Chris Levine.
The imposing picture, by the artist famed for his moody portrait of the Queen in 2004, was unveiled for the first time last night.
Speaking of her famous pal, party host and make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury described Moss as 'one of my best friends,' adding: 'I adore her, she is godmother to my son.'
In the build up to the event, she wrote on her blog: 'I am so excited to launch my first ever Beauty Festival, on Monday, in the Selfridges concept store, Charlotte Tilbury’s Make-up House of Rock ‘n’ Kohl.'
We're excited, too!
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