Kate Moss Lights Up The Runway

Updated: March 11, 2011 12:04 IST

Supermodel Kate Moss lit up the Louis Vuitton runway at Paris Fashion Week – in more ways than one.

Kate Moss Lights Up The Runway
Supermodel Kate Moss lit up the Louis Vuitton runway at Paris Fashion Week – in more ways than one.
Kate Moss Lights Up The Runway
Striding down the ramp, Kate wore tiny black shorts, a black rubberized jacket with fur sleeves, lace up boots and gloves. Her accessory of choice – a lit cigarette.
Kate Moss Lights Up The Runway
Kate chose to make a statement of her smoking habit on UK's No Smoking Day. She also ignored French laws which prohibit smoking inside a building.
Kate Moss Lights Up The Runway
No stranger to controversy, Kate last found herself under fire from health campaigners when she said in 2009, “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels”. The hard living supermodel was also the centre of a drug scandal in 2005 – photos of her snorting cocaine led to Kate being dropped from the Chanel, Burberry and H&M campaigns.
Kate Moss Lights Up The Runway
Louis Vuitton designer Marc Jacobs maintained that the show was a reflection of a woman's freedom to choose.
Kate Moss Lights Up The Runway
Kate, who previously dated Johnny Depp in his past life as a Hollywood Bad Boy, is engaged to The Kills frontman Jamie Hince. The couple will marry on July 3 and Kate is rumoured to be trying hypnotherapy as a means to kick her own 30 a day habit, as a preamble to getting pregnant with her new husband.
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