Kate Moss is the most photographed model in fashion history and my favourite fashion leader. She is known for her waifish figure, smoky eye makeup, dyed blonde hair, small breasts and relationships with Johnny Depp and Pete Dorhety. While the Kate Moss handbag style is cool and posh, the Kate Moss clothing style is boyish and casual. She appears in numerous haute couture campaigns, including Burberry, Bvlgari, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Longchamp, Louis Vuitton, Missoni, Roberto Cavalli, Stella McCartney, Versace and Yves Saint-Laurent. Although in 2005 Kate Moss was disclosed snorting cocaine, she made a comeback and extended endorsements for Rimmel, Topshop, Agent Provocateur, Virgin Mobile, Nikon and Coty Kate Moss fragrance. Now let’s see how the Kate Moss handbag style addicts fashionistas.
Kate Moss Handbag Styles are Leather
Kate Moss popularizes tank-tops, t-shirts, waistcoats, hot pants, skinny jeans, biker coats, the Alexander McQueen skull scarf, the Louis Vuitton leopard scarf, flip-flops, ballerina flat shoes, Ugg boots, Vivienne Westwood boots and, most importantly, Balenciaga motorcycle bags. Obviously, Kate Moss has a craze for leather handbags and is frequently spotted carrying punk leather handbags, patent leather tote bags and leather clutch bags. I don’t care that lousy PETA granted her a title of the worst-dressed celebrity for her use of fur and leather because Kate Moss is the fashion authority.
Kate Moss Handbag Styles are Simple
In contrast to the 1990’s curvaceous and tall supermodels Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss is a petite runway model. But she knows how to choose the best handbag for her figure. She has many simple-shaped handbags and clutches, such as the YSL white handbag, the Hermes Birkin bag and the Chanel shopper bag. Her classic look of the Dior Couture lace gown with a simple clutch bag is continuingly replicated by fashionistas and other celebrities.
British Museum once exhibited a 50 kg 100% gold statue of Kate Moss, which is entitled Siren and made by Marc Quinn. It is the largest gold statue since the era of Ancient Egypt and shows Kate Moss’s status. Just pick up a Kate Moss style handbag and you will snap a splendid look… just like KM.[Update] Kate Moss leaves Top Shop, and the adventure continues…
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