Kate Moss's Best Style Moments

You can't think of Kate Moss without having several of her standout ensembles come to mind. The definition of a true style icon, she's introduced us to the naked dress, true '90s style, and more. From Moss, we also learned what dressing with true confidence looks like, and for that, we are forever grateful.

Here, we have rounded up a handful of Kate Moss's best style moments over the years. Some of the outfits ahead will bring back fond memories while others you may never have seen before. Either way, we recommend tapping into one of Kate Moss's most memorable style moments for your next soirée. Go on to see our favorite Kate Moss looks from over the years.


Master the Miniskirt
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There's no way you have to give up denim miniskirts after college. Case in point: 44-year-old Kate Moss just showed us the supermodel way to style the staple. An oversize graphic T-shirt—specifically, R13 Joy Division Boy T ($225)—and flat strappy sandals make for the ultimate easy-to-wear combo if you ask us. 


Sneaker Chic
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Breathe new life into your white tennis shoes by styling them with Céline-esque separates, as seen here on Kate. A black top and trousers are a sleek, minimal base for a statement leopard coat—one of the supermodel's signature pieces.


Bend the Rules

Think vacation dressing has to mean pretty dresses and delicate sandals? Kate Moss nixes the rules and sticks to her signature all-black style in Capri, Italy. Her black boots are definitely unexpected for a getaway, but Moss pulls it off with aplomb. 


Pajama Dressing
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Dress up your loungewear with a metallic heel and mini bag. 


Bare It All
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The next time you have a formal event, why not take a risk and opt for something a little more daring yet elevated?


Sultry Slip
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A simple slip dress is always a good idea, and the addition of timeless black accessories like a shawl and strappy sandals will take the overall look to the next level.


Bohemian Queen
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Leave it to Kate Moss to wear a statement furry coat and multi-pattern dress like it's absolutely nothing. This fall, expect us to copy this look head to toe. 


Back in Time
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Craving an interesting look? Think back in time and play with dramatic feather collars and classic prints like polka dots. 


Noticeable Neutrals
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Never underestimate the power of a neutral color for a more formal look. After all, a black-tie dress code doesn't mean you should only wear black. 


Nothing but Net
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Kate Moss teaches us that faux fur is the perfect counterpart to a modern dress, like this floor-length netted number. 

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She has also attended multiple fashion weeks, including New York, London, Milan, and Paris, where her personal style has been featured on sites such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, and Elle. She prides herself on discovering and supporting small brands and on her knack for a good vintage shopping find. When she isn't working, she enjoys researching and dining at reputable restaurants around both her neighborhood and the globe.