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Style Icon of the Month September – Kate Moss

She’s been around what seems like forever, but she’s always in my heart when it comes to style, and this month, the newly married Kate Moss reappeared on the scene with a whole host of totally covetable looks,  showing the young fashion upstarts that, when it comes to fashion and style, Kate still sets the bar pretty high.

From high-octane glamour, to 1970s style double denim that seems to have been based on Anita Pallenburg at Nellcote 1972, Kate has worn a range of looks that have impressed. She has worn full length and fabulous gowns, little black cocktail dresses and even a jumpsuit once worn by Cheryl Cole, and has pulled off all the looks with little of no effort. And, like the other Kate I adore (the Duchess for those unsure!), she has shown that recycling from your wardrobe is a way of making your clothes work for you. And, when the clothes in question are those amazing Terry Di Havilland Margeaux platform wedges,  can you blame her?

I love the way Kate sticks to a simple colour Palette for her wardrobe – black, white and grey make up most of her outfits. She keeps accessories to a minimum – her most favoured accessory tends to be those Rimmel Red lips, and she is probably the only woman in the world who makes the double denim look work.

She may not be everyone’s style icon, but Kate, I totally salute your style!

Get the London Look – Kate’s style made easy

Kate’s Rimmel Lipstick.£5.49 


Diesel CLAROSYL-FS £220
Faux Fur Coat La Redoute £89. 
Oasis Metallic Twist Bow Bandeau Dress
Terry de Havilland for John Lewis Lydia Wedge Sandals, Black 


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