Kate Moss and a host of stars joined Vivienne Westwood's A-list front row
As the Grande Dame of British fashion, it seemed only appropriate that Vivienne Westwood’s Red Label London Fashion Week show should prove the starriest of the week.
Attracting an all-star line-up, the A-list was out in force for the spring/summer ’09 show at Earls Court’s Brompton Hall.
Making her first appearance at London Fashion Week for a number of seasons, Kate Moss skulked in at the last moment, to take her place on the front row, perching on a friend’s knee. The supermodel continued to elude the cameras, but marie claire tv managed to capture her backstage, see our exclusive video here.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, Pamela Anderson was more than happy to court the paparazzi, taking to the front row in a figure hugging gold gown, alongside her mysterious companion, a man in a white sculpted mask.
Dita Von Teese competed with her for most voluptuous look, winning for sheer sophistication in her sculpted gown.
On the other side of the runway, it was all about the capital’s young style stars, with Harry Potter’s Emma Watson taking her seat beside Jaime Winstone, Alfie Allen, Pixie Geldof and Mischa Barton.
But the star-spotting wasn’t restricted to the front rows. Alexa Chung made her first catwalk appearance walking in the show, and spoke exclusively to marie claire tv as she prepeared for her appearance (see the video here). She was joined by friend Daisy Lowe, as well as Brit model-of-the-moment, Jourdan Dunn.