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Kate Moss turned 44 today, and for more than 20 years she has been infusing the fashion industry with her unique sense of grunge and boho style, her edge and her overall completely effortlessly elegant aesthetic. The truth is that she has had an excellent training of top designers, stylists and fellow models that have worked with her. So she has developed her unique formula of Kate Moss style that relies on a few simple style rules. Shopcade investigates.


1. Go for an edgy denim 

We 've always associated denim with Kate Moss but she's always gone for the denim underdog - the styles that weren't on trend at the time. From low-cut skinny jeans to wide -legged jeans and animal print she's worn all kind of styles and it has always been ahead of their time. Kudos! 

2. Quality 

Moss is not a fan of the high street. Even though she has launched many successful fashion lines with Topshop she always goes for quality. One of her favourite past times is discovering second-hand clothing from Portobello market. 

3. Timeless Prints 

 You could say that Moss is a print queen. She loves her leopard print, polka dots and a few 70s funky patterns. But she always goes for the ones with classic appeal. She would never go too crazy which explains her effortless yet edgy look.

4. Jewellery 

When she wants to draw attention from the clothes she turns to jewellery and diamonds to be exact. From 19th-century drop earrings to sapphire and ruby bangles she knows how to make any dab outfit spark. 

 Head to our gallery for Kate Moss best style moments and shop her essentials from our expert edit below!

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The floral dress becomes the most versatile garment of my summer wardrobe (yes I know we are in the middle of winter, but that does not stop me from preparing my closet for the summer). The floral prints are adapted by the brands to the cuts and trends of the season. Credits: Pinterest

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Never mind the naysayers- they’re just jealous you’ve got a (expensive?) holiday ahead where you’ll be toning up and getting a tan by default. Ski season lasts up until April approximately and zipping down a mountain is so exhilarating you’ll feel like you’re flying. Once you get over your fear of falling and figure out how to keep your balance on skis or a snowboard of course. Expect a bruised backside if you’re a beginner- padded ski trousers will help cushion the blows.  


Standing out of the slopes is essential not only for sartorial reasons but to ensure you can be easily spotted should danger arise. Put on a hat, googles, base layers, a ski coat, ski pants, ski socks, and gloves plus your ski/board boots and you’re set. Go wild with colour and prints should you wish or stick to block colours and chic monochrome. Apres ski style simply calls your normal winter go-tos with added thermal base layers, even warmer knits and snow ready boots. 

Shop what we’d pack in our quick-fire edit below. 

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I am always amazed, and excited, by what becomes a coveted trend in lifestyle and interiors. Who would have thought I'd be desperate for Christmas cards adorned with llamas? And yet here we are, post-flamingo hype, seeing llamas printed on anything and everything. I suppose it is no surprise cactus has well and truly become a home foliage staple. In fact, foliage itself is a much loved finishing touch to the home. It is surprising, however, that this love for plants is spilling into other orifices of the home. Botanical prints taking inspiration from our in-home gardens can be found on duvet covers and the like. A not so secret garden. Image: Marks and Spencer

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My second 2018 trend of choice is block colour. Saturated hues are set to be all the rage for our wardrobes. I love this trend because everyone can wear it. There is a colour suited to everyone's colourings and preferences and blocking it out is an uncomplicated outfit choice. It can also be fused with our favourite prints and patterns and worn at any time of day for any occasion. This will literally be the trend of all trends. Image credit: wwd.com

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My fifth and final Style Crush post is Emili Sindlev. Danish stylist Emili is completely cool. Even in ski-wear Emili looks effortless. Being a stylist it is no surprise that she knows her personal style and doesn't shy away from bold prints and shapes. Emili is the Instagram girl we all envy for wearing whatever she wants and always looking flawless. Image credit: Instagram @emilisindlev

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This is such a cool look! Surprisingly the camo and snakeskin style prints complement each other very well. I am loving the 80’s style mom jeans too, very on trend right now! #ootd #fashion #outfitinspo #nastygal Photo Credit: @NastyGal on Twitter

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Zendaya stuns in this butterfly dress for 'The Greatest Showman' premier and I think we can all agree that she looks absolutely beautiful. Although some animal prints may appear tacky, this dress is elegant and I'm loving the swooped one shoulder detail and split leg! #butterfly #dress #premier Credit: Zendaya Instagram

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Very McQueen, I love this!
M.J Ortega
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Naomi Campbell paid tribute to her well-loved friend and fashion genius, Gianni Versace on a new editorial for S MODA . Naomi's outfit is a representation of Gianni's famous prints in black and yellow, and on her head, the model wears the iconic logo of the Versace brand. I love how the OG supermodels are still killing it, and letting us all know who truly is boss. Photo Credit: @versace on twitter #fashion #versace #naomicampbell #runway #smoda

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We were pleasantly surprised to see Victoria Beckham wearing this outfit to the British Vogue party at her Dover Street store earlier this month. Not only is the superstar Spice girl turned award-winning designer known for her LBDs, although she’s been experimenting with cuts and prints big time since launching her eponymous brand; we didn’t expect her to take festive dressing quite so literally. Red and green is the  Christmas colour combo and we can’t think of another instance where it was executed as chicly as this. Wearing her own label naturally, Beckham’s elegant shirt dress has a draped waist, cool dropped shoulders and extra-long sleeves, and falls flatteringly to mid-calf. Instead of opting for black, nude, metallic or even tonal red accessories, she went for glittery green heels with a matching bag leaving us, well, green with envy. Bottle green earrings were the final touch. 


What Beckham has done, yet again, is redefine the art of party dressing. No-one wants to look like they’ve tried to hard and as dressy as this ageless look is, it’s also comfortable and nonchalant. Sparkly accessories add eye-catching glitz; but unfortunately none of us will have handsome husband David on our arm as well.

Find out how to recreate this winning look below. 

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They’re the kind of people who spend hours watching and sharing cute animal videos, and who'd take being described as a ‘cat lady’ (or man) as a massive compliment. Their pets are treated like their children, complete with home-cooked meals and adorable outfits; while the animal lovers that don’t have their own, due to living arrangements and lifestyle, desperately want one. Animal motifs also slide into their wardrobes, although wearing animal skin and prints is a personal preference. 


Go the extra mile by gifting them something thoughtful related to their favourite animal. That might mean bespoke treats and cute toys for their pet which will lead to hours of fun, or a novelty costume to create great instagram fodder. A special trip to the zoo or animal handling to visit the more unusual species will live long the memory. And they’ll show off an gorgeous animal embellished top or accessory at every opportunity.  

Shop the animal themed gifts we love in the edit below. 

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We all have that over the top friend or family member that is loud and after the excitement and drawn to big bold loud patterns. The important thing to remember about the maximalism lover is to aim for anything that is not basic. 


So instead for a mere blazer go for a sequined blazer or a cape. Instead of a baseball cap go for a fedora hat, and instead of a parka or classic trench coat opt for a decadent faux fur coat. In terms of colour hues and patterns the bolder the better. Go for optimistic fuchsias, gold electric blue juxtaposed with white and black. Look into the patterns of Gucci for the ultimate Italian opulent maximalism mantra, or opt for a more affordable version from Ganni and Roland Mouret. 

Have a look at our gallery for more maximalism inspiration and shop the perfect gift from our expert edit below!

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