The 6 Most Outstanding Runway Moments of Supermodel Kate Moss

We revisit the best runway moments of one of the most legendary supermodels of the ‘90s.

Kate Moss

Katherine Ann Moss was 14 years old when a scouter from the Storm agency discovered her at John Fitzgerald Kennedy Airport in New York. She didn’t look like the models of the moment. she wasn’t voluptuous, nor did she have the curves of Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, or Naomi Campbell.

At the time, the fashion industry was populated by supermodels, famous for their sculptural, curvaceous and traditionally glamorous images. Unsurprisingly, Kate had the figure of the girl she still was, and a disturbingly exotic face: angular, youthful and with pronounced cheekbones.

In 1990, Moss came to the attention of the fashion industry when a series of photographs of her – taken by British photographer Corinne Day – were published in a youth-style magazine. Then, between 1992 and 1993, the British model began to draw attention on the runway with a large number of performances. In addition to appearing with John Galliano, she also worked for many fashion brands who wanted to have her on the runway, for instance, Karl Lagerfeld, Helmut Lang, Ralph Lauren, Dolce&Gabbana, Gianfranco Ferré, Callaghan, Complice, Chanel, Chloé, Javier Larrainzar, Prada, Blumarine and Vivienne Westwood, among the most prominent.

Being considered an anti-model, she became one of the biggest and most important model for the fashion industry.  As a tribute to Kate Moss, we revisit her 6 best moments on the runway,


Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall/Winter 1997

For Christian Dior’s Fall/Winter 1997 Haute Couture show, Kate Moss wore probably one of the supermodel’s most iconic looks: a stylish Chinese-inspired dress from the collection.


Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 1996

With silver makeup on half of her face, Kate Moss modeled the now iconic Alexander McQueen bumsters for the Fall/Winter 1996 show.

MIU MIU, SS 1996

Miu Miu Spring/Summer 1996

Supermodel Kate Moss walked the runway at the Miu Miu’s Spring/ Summer 1996 collection showing off her splendid figure.


John Galliano Spring/Summer 1994

In 1994, John Galliano presented his SS94 show “Princess Lucretia” – his last chance to impress

the fashion elite. For the season, he created an artistic masterpiece based around a princess

that escaped from Russia in 1860. And Kate Moss walked on the runway, showing off his

incredible acting skills and sporting a Union Jack coat and bleached hair, whoops with delight.


Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 1994

We are obsessed with this voluminous hair and this off-the-shoulder dress worn to perfection by model Kate Moss, for Vivienne Westwood’s Spring/Summer 1994 collection.


Chanel Fall/Winter 1998

British Supermodel Kate Moss walked the Chanel’s Spring-Summer runway show, 1998.