Kate Moss Takes Her Throne as the Queen of London Cool
Kate Moss was joined by her fellow Rimmel London spokeswomen Rita Ora and Georgia May Jagger for the iconic brand's 180 Years of Cool events in London on Thursday. First, the supermodel attended a photo call at the Savoy Hotel and posed while sitting in a roomy velvet chair — could it be that Kate has officially taken her throne as the queen of cool? Later, she and Georgia met up once again for a party at the London Film Museum, each arriving in special vehicles with their billboards plastered on the side.
Kate has been one of the faces of Rimmel London for over 10 years and created her own lipstick range for the cosmetics giant in 2011. In addition to making her mark in the beauty business, Kate is also returning to another famous British brand: Topshop. It was announced earlier this week that Kate will renew her partnership with the company and release a 40-piece collection for sale in stores and online in April. About being back with the brand after a three-year hiatus, Kate said, "Now more than ever, with London being at the forefront of fashion . . . it feels like I'm back home working with Topshop."