Kate Moss and Daughter Lila Spend Stylish Night in Opposite Colors at London Private Members Club

Kate Moss and her daughter Lila Grace Moss Hack hit London in style.

Kate Moss and Daughter Lila Spend Stylish Night in Opposite Colors at London Private Members Club
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The duo wore opposing monochromatic colors as they were photographed Saturday alongside Moss’ on-again, off-again partner Nikolai Von Bismarck leaving the Apollo's Muse private members club.

Moss, 49, wore a white halter-style slip dress featuring a colored geometric pattern. The model paired the look with golden accessories including a clutch and strappy heels. She also wore light makeup with a pale pink lip and styled her hair in soft waves.

As for Lila, 20, she opted for darker tones in a black see-through shirt with a black bikini top underneath, black leather short shorts and a black long blazer. She added a black handbag and black pointy-toe heels along with a silver necklace to complete the ensemble. 

However, she matched her mother’s style when it came to wearing minimal makeup and kept her hair natural as well, letting her curls flow over her shoulders.

Lila isn’t only following in her mother’s footsteps when it comes to style, but modeling as well. Lila modeled alongside her mother during Annie Lennox's performance at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Thursday night

Kate opened the show doing an interpretive dance while Hongni Wu performed "Dido's Lament" backstage before coming down the runway to greet Lennox. Near the end of the show, Lila took her turn on the catwalk dressed like she stepped out of My Fair Lady as Lennox performed "Sweet Dreams."

Lila made her runway debut at 18 years old in 2020, opening Miu Miu's show at Paris Fashion Week. Since then, she’s landed campaigns with Fendi, Versace and Calvin Klein, and even appeared on the runway alongside her mom during Paris Fashion Week in 2021.

Kate said on Megyn Kelly Today in 2018 that while she had originally tried to dissuade her daughter from pursuing a modeling career, she'd since come around to the idea.

“It’s up to her. I am leaving it up to her,” she said at the time. “I will support her, obviously. I will be her momager! She can, if she wants to. I will support her in anything she wants to do.”

The mother-daughter pair has also shared other fashion moments, including attending this year's Met Gala together in complementary looks. They both wore baby pink dresses by Fendi, with Kate in a bespoke lace slip dress with detachable georgette sleeves designed by Kim Jones for the Italian fashion house.

Meanwhile, Lila donned a fluffy gown that showed off a bit of her midriff courtesy of the transparent silk bodice. Her look, from Fendi's Fall/Winter 2018 collection, was designed by the late Karl Lagerfeld, the evening's honoree.