Kate Moss reveled at London Fashion Week on Saturday, taking in the Mulberry show with her friends Kristen Stewart and Romola Garai.
The supermodel and two actresses sat in the front row for the show at the Claridge Hotel ballroom in Mayfair, a posh central London neighborhood. Moss, wearing an ensemble by Mulberry, enjoyed the runway show which featured models in raincoats (called macs in England) walking with dogs on the catwalk.
''It was lovely,'' Moss said before being rushed backstage, according to The Telegraph.
Oh man, it was great, added Stewart.
The collection was inspired by the great British summer and seaside shenanigans, donkey rides, ice-cream on the beach, sparkling pier lights and kiss-me-quick chic - our new season is oh-so English from the nostalgic fun of Carry On Camping to the quirky English habit of enduring the beach no matter what the weather, raincoats and all, designer Emma Hill said in her notes on the show.
Moss is arguably the most famous English supermodel of her generation, and perhaps of all time, although mod model Twiggy is a contender for the title.
She is currently working with makeup company Rimmel on a line of lip stick and eyeshadows. Moss has previously designed collections for British department store Top Shop, as well as Longchamp.
London Fashion Week runs until Sept. 21. The biannual event has been held in September and February every year since 1984 and is one of the big four world fashion events, along with New York, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks.