Kate Moss flashes her finest winter wares at London's National Portrait Gallery, for a star-studded night with David Bailey.
Kate Moss turned out to support David Bailey’s new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery last night, joining a star-studded roll call in London.
Arriving fashionably late for the photographer’s Hugo Boss Bailey Stardust opening, Mossy showed off her latest take on winter tailoring with a long grey coat and black separates.
A stunning portrait of the British model is among the photographs included in the exhibition sponsored by Hugo Boss and CIROC Ultra-Premium Vodka. Mossy looked equally as at ease in front of the camera (as per) as she posed by her photo, before being spotted giving Bailey a big ol’ squeeze.
Giles Deacon, Zandra Rhodes, Graham Norton, Jerry Hall and Jenson Button were among the other famous faces to hit the swanky bash.
Talking about his work with Kate Moss and Jean Shrimpton, David Bailey told The Telegraph: ‘They’re the most peculiar women.
‘I’ve never understood why everybody likes them so much. They are many more beautiful girls. But they’ve got this universal, democratic appeal… They’ve just got this thing that makes them stand out.’
After celebrating her 40th birthday last month, and becoming the new face of Alexander McQueen, Mossy mania hasn’t been this hot since the 90s.
All hail Kate Moss.