All eyes were on Lottie Moss as she attended the Blossom Ball on Thursday night (April 23), an event celebrating Jo Malone at the brand's London townhouse. Half sister to supermodel Kate Moss, the 17-year-old is proof that something irresistible unites the Moss girls.
The blonde teenager dazzled in a Maje dress that matched the colour of the ball’s spring theme – pink blossom. She teamed the pretty number with Guiseppe Zanotti strappy heels.
Lottie was joined by a slew of fellow celebrities, including Poppy Delevingne, who hosted the evening. Poppy is the first Jo Malone London Girl and the new face of the brand.
The big sister of Cara Deleivngne, who was accompanied by her husband James Cook, wore a stunning pale blue chiffon gown that had been custom-made by Jonathan Saunders for the occasion. The dress was perfectly complemented by a golden glow courtesy of Jules Heptonstall, St Tropez’s tanning expert.
Also in attendance was Poppy’s pal Daisy Lowe, who stunned in a slinky silk gown by Kate Halfpenny that clung to her famous curves.
Lottie made her runway debut at Paris Fashion Week back in February. The 17-year-old proved she is following in her sister’s model footsteps as she graced the catwalk for Sonia Rykiel in the French capital.
The blonde beauty has seen her modelling career go from strength to strength after being signed by Storm Models – the agency who discovered Kate – on her 16th birthday. She has since featured in i-D and Teen Vogue magazines, as well asstarring in a Red Valentino campaign for autumn/winter 2014.
Lottie’s model potential was first recognised when she was a bridesmaid at Kate’s wedding to rocker Jamie Hince in 2011. However, being just 13 years old at the time, she was too young to be signed to an agency, so settled with test shots at Storm instead.
Describing her desire to break into modelling, Lottie revealed that her older sibling had played an influential role.
“Well, it kind of runs in the family,” she explained. “Kate was a massive part of why I started.”
She appears to share her half-sister’s love of fashion, too. “My dream would be to have all [Christian Louboutin] shoes,” she admitted. “But I can’t afford any because I don’t have a job, and I can’t make my parents pay for that.”