One of the highlights of any Dior Men’s show seeing Kate Moss right there in the front row. The supermodel and designer Kim Jones go way back, and each season Moss is on hand to check out what’s new and test drive a few runway pieces before anyone else has the chance. Moss’s inspired take on menswear is always fascinating. Lately, she’s been joined by her equally stylish daughter, Lila Grace, who puts a Gen-Z twist on Jones’ signature pieces. At this morning’s live-streamed fall/winter show, the pair got dressed up to tune in virtually, previewing Dior’s collaboration with Scottish artist Peter Doig.
Kate went retro in a white blouse, peppy pastel blue high waisted trousers, and a matching plush fur coat. Moss stayed true to her brand of nonchalant cool with her hair in center-parted waves and minimal makeup. Subtle details like her shirt’s elongated cuffs and her heels’ glossy patent texture ensured that Moss’ outfit differed from the lilac version of the same look worn by male model, Issa Naciri as he closed the show.
Lila Grace embraced Doig’s abstract prints in a colorful, belted boiler suit with short sleeves worn over a white button-down. The glossy sheen and the rich shades of sapphire, burgundy, and rust felt youthful and fun. While she and her mother avoided matching, both contributed to the Dior front row’s glamour and provided the men’s collections with a breathtaking model style moment.