Lottie Moss in her first ever editorial shoot

As Kate Moss turns 40 her 16 years old half-sister, Lottie Moss makes her debut on the fashion scene. And when you have such a famous sister who happens to be a fashion star a lot of doors are already opened for you. That does not mean it will be easy. Surely the comparison with her ​​older sister will be unavoidable. But for the moment let’s welcome Lottie as she makes her debut in her first ever editorial shoot for her Dazed & Confused’s February 2014 issu

aken from the February 2014 issue of Dazed & Confused:

aken from the February 2014 issue of Dazed & Confused:

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She might have two more years left at school, but 16-year-old model Lottie Moss (Kate’s half-sister) is about to shake up the fashion world. She’s captured wandering through the streets of London in “From Lottie with Love” on page 92, one of her first fashion editorials. “She’s so sweet and full of character, with a piercing stare that can turn from coy to seductive in a second,” say photographers Sean and Seng, who shot her for this issue. “We wanted the shoot to have an easy London feel. We were thinking of a young Jean Shrimpton, Marianne Faithfull or Plum Sykes.” Here, Moss answers our pop quiz.

Tell us something unexpected.

I love sloths.

What’s the worst advice you’ve ever given?

‘Trust me.’ (Ex-boyfriend.)

How do you sleep at night?

Curled up like a ball.

Go-to girl-power anthem?

‘Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)’ by Beyoncé.

Which is your favourite book to pretend to have read?

Harry Potter… I’ve never read any of them.

When was your last kiss?

Two weeks ago.

What was your favourite item of clothing from the shoot?

The Prada coat. It was covered in jewels.

source : Dazed & Confused

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