There are very few things in this world that can get us jumping out of ours beds on a chilly Wednesday morning— Kate Moss is one of those of things!
It’s been two years since her last runway walk in Paris, but all of that changed this morning when the fashion icon emerged from her front row seat to take a turn on the catwalk for her dear friend, Marc Jacobs. Proving that she hasn’t lost an ounce of her famed runway skills, Kate returned to the Paris Fashion Week stage to walk in Louis Vuitton’s elaborate boudoir-themed Fall 2013 show along with the rest of the designer’s pajama-clad beauties. As expected, Kate put on quite the show in her sheer, curve-hugging, embroidered slip dress and cropped brunette wig, no doubt teaching the younger set a thing or two about owning the runway.
Of course, that’s not to say that the vet’s runway counterparts didn’t bring the top model glamor that we’ve come to expect of a Jacobs’ presentation. Lindsey Wixson, Jessica Hart, Edie Campbell, Lily McMenamy and Daria Strokous held their own on the hotel-inspired set, as did this season’s biggest star, Cara Delevingne, who just so happens to have earned the title of the ‘next Kate Moss’ among fashion’s inner circle. While Cara certainly has a ways to go to fill Queen Kate’s glorious stilettos, there’s no denying the fact that the up-and-coming superstar is well on her way to following in Kate’s stylish footsteps, both literally and figuratively!
Now as for the threads. After slipping us a hint of what we could expect in Paris at his Marc Jacobs show last month, Marc Jacobs lived up to his pj promise, unveiling a collection dedicated entirely to bedroom dressing. While giving his glam rock-style Marc Jacobs pieces a touch of the old-school Parisian, Jacobs sent out a series of satin pajama looks complete with high-waisted bloomers, sheer playsuits, as well as floral and fur-embellished coats that better resembled luxe bathrobes.
“What is the most decadent thing anybody could ever do?” Jacobs asked Andre Leon Talley after his New York show. “Get all dressed up, do their makeup and stay at home.”
Rather than keeping his models at home though, Jacobs made the women guests of the Chateau d’Jacobs— the stage was constructed to resemble an actual hotel inside the Cour Carre du Louvre— popping in and out of the rooms that lined the runway. In other words, glamor at its finest!