Britain's most famous model, Kate Moss, caused a commotion when she appeared front row at Topshop's runway show for their "Topshop Unique" collection, accompanied by British businessman Sir Philip Green.
As soon as Moss was seated, many of the attendees began raising their cameras and snapping pictures of the model. But Moss, who has long supported the brand, was unresponsive to journalists, and fans. She "chatted and laughed with Topshop boss Phillip Green and her friends, but ignored everyone's pleas for a quick word about the clothes, the weather, or anything at all."
Her spokeswoman communicated on Moss' behalf and mentioned that her khaki green boiler suit, worn with a vintage shaggy black jacket, came from Topshop.
Moss was also seen posing for pictures with her teenage cousin, Lottie Moss, an aspiring model herself. Lottie sat in the front row of the show with Moss, Green, and American Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who has taken in several shows since Fashion Week started Friday morning.
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