Lottie Moss Has Bagged Herself Another Major Fashion Campaign

Lottie Moss Has Bagged Herself Another Major Fashion Campaign
RED Valentino

Kate Moss' little sister has definitely made her modelling mark with this one...

Lottie Moss was catapulted into the starry spotlight back in 2011 when the world was given a first glimpse at supermodel Kate Moss' beautiful little sister and since then she's kick-started her own modelling career and is definitely going places in her own right. 

Now 16-years-old, Lottie has already fronted a major Calvin Klein campaign and has been added to the books at Storm; the agency Kate herself has been with for years.

However, we reckon it's Lottie's latest gig that has demonstrated the young model's indisputable talent in front of the camera and has really shown us exactly what she has to offer. 

RED Valentino

In what could be a career-changing role, Lottie has been snapped up by none-other than Valentino to front it's hugely popular REDValentino winter advertising campaign. A job that would no doubt have been coveted by even the most seasoned catwalk regulars. Way to go, lady...

The kooky campaign sees Lottie clad in the label's super-fun fairytale collection that's offset with cartoonish props in zingy colours. The youthful mood of the images is the perfect fit for the aspiring model, really allowing her to let loose and get into her modelling groove. 

RED Valentino

With swan-motif jumpers, tulle skirts, stripe knits and bow-collar dresses, the range strikes the perfect balance between preppy and chic, with a very unique spin. Diane Kruger is even a fan of the collection, having already sported it's unbelievably cute swan-beak blouse. Swoon. 

Captured by acclaimed photographer Tim Walker, Lottie strikes playful pose after pose and totally nails the off-beat vibe the brand signed up for. 

Yep, it looks like the sky's the limit for the teen-sensation and we, for one, can't wait to see what she fronts next. 

From the strength of these images, it looks like her next booking may just be around the corner. Keep up the good work, Lottie!

By Maxine Eggenberger

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