Kate Moss was one of the star guests at last nigh't gala reception for the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition – the first retrospective of the designer's work to be held in London – and quite rightly, given how central the supermodel was to McQueen's catwalk shows and life, not to mention the fact she's featured in the exhibition itself in hologram form.
And so it was fitting that to celebrate the launch of the show at the V&A, Mossy recreated a presentation from 2004, in which she danced with choreographer Michael Clark wearing a dress bearing McQueen's iconic skull print.
One thing we certainly were not expecting from last night's star-studded event was for Mossy to kick off her shoes and do a dance, but dance she did. Having arrived at the event wearing a sheer black lace dress over a bodysuit, the model changed into the 2004 skull print dress to perform a new dance, also choreographed by Michael Clark. Mossy was joined by other ballet dancers, who were also clad in iconic McQueen designs, most notably his buster trousers, as you'll see from this video, captured by the Sunday Times Style.
But Kate's wasn't the only performance of the night – singer of the moment, FKA Twigs, also performed to a packed out room wearing McQueen's Birds of Paradise dress from his 2008 collection. Safe to say, this was a night to remember...