Kate Moss Slips Into Vintage Designer Ensembles To Mark Oxfam’s 75-Year Fight Against Poverty


She has won herself supermodel status, thanks to forging a stellar career on the runway.

And proving her modelling credentials, British icon Kate Moss, has donned a bevy of vintage ensembles from a number of designers to celebrate Oxfam’s 75 years fight against extreme poverty.


Doing her bit for the well-recognised charity, the catwalk star stepped back in time as she flaunted her model frame in a slew of eclectic designs from the Oxfam online shop.



Hiding her blonde tresses underneath her head gear, Kate ensures all eyes are on her striking features – accentuating them with a subtle yet glamorous make-up look complete with contoured cheeks and a nude lipstick.


Keeping things pared back on the beauty front, the fashionista looks nothing short of glamorous in one campaign still that saw her slip into an indigo shirt dress, nipped in at the waist by a metallic gold waist belt.

Sporting a complementing beret to match, Kate poses with her hands in her pockets – proving exactly why she has reigned the runway since her teenage years.

Other shots saw Kate don an embellished two-piece and Baker’s Cap, as well as ’60s inspired large round shades that she teamed with a leopard print headscarf and patent coat.




Shot by photographer David Bailey, Kate models a number of designs from established fashion houses such as Burberry, Gucci and Boden.





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