Kate Moss's '90s style is still one of the most worshipped looks of our time—just a quick scroll through Pinterest will show you countless pictures of the young model circa 1993 looking as individual as ever. One would struggle to find a Moss outfit that hasn't been endlessly copied since her rise to fashion fame, but there are certain outfits in the KM archive that relate particularly well to the here and now—some you may have never even seen before. While, yes, Kate's micro hot pants, studded belt, vest top and waistcoat Glastonbury combo was epic, it should remain (for now) firmly in the past. But that minimal ensemble alongside Naomi Campbell in the '90s? Ripe for the picking, friends.
Go through the gallery below to see the most iconic Kate Moss '90s outfits you can re-create today, along with matching shoppable pieces to buy now…
Style Notes: At the Cannes Film Festival in 1998, Kate Moss wore an off-the-shoulder little black dress with marabou trim, which would still be the freshest spin on red carpet dressing if she wore it on the Riviera today. Follow Moss's lead and add feathers to your after-dark attire.
Style Notes: Kate Moss did the off-duty crop top way before Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid. In 1994, her airport look was a tummy-flashing tank, simple-cut jeans, block heels and a leopard-print handbag. Wear now with straight jeans—yes, they are making a comeback.
Style Notes: Kate Moss was the queen of effortless basics back in the Johnny Depp era, and her white tee, camel coat and black miniskirt formula would look just as cool today. Update the look by pairing it with sparkling white trainers and a minimalistic bucket bag.
Style Notes: Okay, so the hair and shoulder bag have aged and strike us as more Gwyneth Paltrow than K-Moss, but the idea of wearing a cheongsam dress for a night out still remains: Alexa Chung's doing it now.
Style Notes: When we think about Moss in the '90s, this is often the outfit we think of. The slip dress of dreams.
Style Notes: In 1990, when Kate Moss was only 16, she paired a grey suit with a white T-shirt and Adidas trainers. To modernise the look, opt for a cropped grey trouser instead of a shiny suit.
Style Notes: Possibly the most current of all of Kate's '90s looks is the yellow dress, which incidentally is 2017's biggest dress trend.
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