Kate Moss cuts a chic figure in a black jumper and trousers as she arrives at Vogue World ahead of the star-studded bash
Kate Moss rocked a casual but chic ensemble as she arrived at London’s Theatre Royal ahead of Vogue World’s huge party.
Thursday’s event – dubbed Britain’s answer to the iconic Met Gala – is set to have a legion of all-star attendees, with the iconic British model leading the line-up.
The 49-year-old supermodel threw on a pair of black trousers and a black jumper as she made her way inside.
No doubt prepared to transform into an incredible ensemble later in the evening, she rounded off her look with black pumps and an over-the-shoulder bag.
The beauty kept her locks naturally straight and covered her face with a pair of oversized black sunglasses.
The first Vogue World event featured a fashion show and street fair when it took place in New York’s meatpacking district in 2021, but the London ceremony is expected to be a grander affair.
Emily Ratajkoswki also led the way in a sexy vintage dress from Dior’s 2004 Rasta Collection as she headed into the event ahead of the glitz and glamour of the big night.
Elsewhere, Cara carried her own camera as she made her way inside ahead of preparations for the forthcoming show, while superstars including Stormzy and Vogue editor Edward Enninful were hot on their heels.
Opting for a cropped varsity jacket and relaxed pin-stripe trousers, Cara, 31, looked relaxed ahead of what one expects to be a more glamorous red carpet appearance when the event gets underway.
She rounded off her look with a white woolen hat, while heavily tinted sunglasses appeared to be her only notable accessory on a bright and sunny day in the English capital.
FKA twigs ensured her legs were on full display in an oversized T-shirt paired with chunky high boots while her hair was styled into wet look curls.
Edward meanwhile was clad in a sleek black suit with a crisp white shirt.
Stormzy – a darling of both the showbiz and music worlds – was dressed in a Manchester United football shirt.
Damien Lewis meanwhile was sporting a funky patterned shirt with his hair styled into an edgy quiff while he strutted along with the great and good of fashion.
The dress code will be Opening Night, with the invitation revealed a West End stage decorated with by blood-red velvet curtains.
Masterminded by BAFTA and Olivier-winning director Stephen Daldry, show director Emily Burns, and creative producer Fran Miller, along with the Vogue team, the evening will feature a vast array of performing arts.
Guests will watch opera and ballet and theatre at the event which sits at the start of London Fashion Week and acts to unveil and showcase talent.
Contributing designers for the guests and performers include 16Arlington, Ahluwalia, Burberry, Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY, Erdem, Maison Margiela, and SS Daley, among many other fashion giants.
Wintour previously claimed the performing arts industry is “under threat'” meaning all proceeds from ticket sales will go to a range of theatre companies – among them the National Theatre, Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet.