Charlotte “Lottie” Moss, the younger sister of world-famous supermodel Kate Moss, is a 19-year-old model in her own right.
Moss, who was born on January 9, 1998, is the daughter of Peter Edward Moss and Inger Solnordal, making her Kate Moss’ half-sister. Kate Moss, 43, was discovered in 1988 at age 14 by Sarah Doukas at JFK Airport in New York City.
Moss appeared on the cover of Vogue Paris in 2016. Her first modeling campaign was with industry titan Calvin Klein. In 2015, Moss made her Paris Fashion Week debut, appearing in the Sonia Rykiel winter 2015 show. Lottie’s sister Kate also modeled for Calvin Klein during her career.
via The Sun:
At the age of 13 she took part in a test shoot for the agency which first launched Kate’s career, Storm Management, organised by her parents and Sarah Doukas – the woman who famously discovered Kate at JFK airport when she was on the way home from a family holiday in Bahamas back in 1988.
Her first official shoot was published in Teen Vogue, where she wore a chic red and white striped sweater with a red jacket, followed by her first full editorial in Dazed & Confused not long afterwards.
Lottie’s first campaign was for Calvin Klein no less, a black and white pictorial for a special exclusive line of nine items for MyTheresa.com.
Just a year later she made her catwalk debut at Paris Fashion Week, appearing in the Sonia Rykiel autumn/winter 2015 show, where she marched confidently down the runway in a printed velvet dress, black booties and a petite gunmetal handbag. She credits her old sister for inspiring her move into the world of fashion, she told Teen Vogue in 2014: “Well, it kind of runs in the family. Kate was a massive part of why I
At only 5 feet 5 inches tall, Lottie is not the same size as the traditional supermodel.