Lottie Moss is fast following in the footsteps of her famous half-sister, Kate Moss, after landing herself a modelling role for Red Valentino.The stunning 16-year-old, who is near identical to her sister Kate Moss, stars in the new cartoon-themed, autumn/winter 2014 Red Valentino campaign, which was shot by famed photographer Tim Walker.
Like her famous sister, Lottie Moss (she is the daughter of Kate’s father and his second wife Inger) is also signed to Storm Model Management and is rapidly garnering attention for her versatile looks despite only being a diminutive 5ft 5ins –she is the shortest model on Storm’s books and is a full two inches shorter even than Kate, who is also uncharacteristically short for a supermodel.
The Red Valentino gig, in which she poses wearing the new playful collection of black and bright miniskirts, fluffy swan-themed collars, striped jumpers and lip-embellished court heels set against a number of animations, is actually only Lottie’s second major campaign. Her first was for Calvin Klein Jeans, 21 years after her big sister did her campaign with the designer brand.
As well as advertising campaigns Lottie has also found success in magazine editorials having modelled for the likes of Dazed and Confused, i-D, and Teen Vogue.
According to a Daily Mail source, party girl Kate Moss, 40, who shows no sign of slowing down, has been giving her sister some words of advice when it comes to modelling and the entertainment industry. The source said: “Kate has told Lottie that she needs to be wary of too much publicity. She won’t tell her what to do, but she has made really clear that Lottie needs to be very careful.”
However, while her future looks bright, according to a source at Storm, Lottie’s priority is continuing her education – “As she is in full-time education, she is concentrating on her exams and this is her focus.”
Meanwhile rumour has it the stunning sisters might appear on the December cover of Vogue UK, which would make them make them the publication’s first ever cover sisters. Now this we would love to see!