Kate Moss' little sister lands first Vogue cover
Supermodel Kate Moss' teenage sister has landed her first Vogue cover.
Lottie Moss, 18, fronts the May 2016 issue of Vogue Paris alongside another fresh fashion face, Lucky Blue Smith, as part of a special highlighting the stars of tomorrow.
In the photo, Lottie wears a glamorous gold dress with a turtle neck and long sleeves which is accessorised with a chunky black belt around her waist. She leans back into Lucky, 17, who smoulders in a navy jacket and a leopard print bow-tie, matching the print of Lottie's belt buckle.
Both fashion stars took to Instagram to share their delight at landing such a prestigious spot.
"been so excited for this for so so long and it's finally time!! mine and @luckybsmith new cover for @voguemagazine @vogueparis such an honour to be on my first vogue cover!! shot by the amazing @mariotestino !!" Lottie gushed, while her handsome counterpart wrote: "wow i can't believe i got the opportunity to shoot french vogue (shocked emoji) thank you so much!!!!! @vogueparis @voguemagazine shot by the amazing @mariotestino with @lottiemossxo / thanks to my amazing agency @nextmodels and the best agent in the whole world @mimiyapor".
Lottie made her modelling debut at the age of 16 in Teen Vogue's April 2014 issue, telling the publication at the time that she'd really like to work there.
It's no surprise Lottie has began to carve her own path in the fashion industry, as she's previously explained that big sister Kate, 42, inspired her. "It kind of runs in the family. Kate was a massive part of why I started modelling," she explained.
The teen has also modelled for Calvin Klein and she scored her first proper Vogue editorial with Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid last year (15). Her first fashion magazine front page came with L'Officiel, which featured the teen modelling Gucci, Dior and Prada on three different covers.