As far as fashion months go, it’s been a major few weeks for runway star-in-the-making Lila Grace Moss. Just days after celebrating her 18th birthday, the daughter of Kate Moss and Dazed magazine cofounder Jefferson Hack made a blockbuster debut on Miu Miu’s SS21 catwalk. The show, which was broadcast from Milan on October 6, is the exclamation point to end an extraordinary season that’s seen the virtual FROW become something of a new normal.
From the lifestyle changes she’s making for the health of the planet to the TV show that got her and and her supermodel mom through lockdown—this is your one-minute meet up with the fashion world’s brightest new star.
Vogue: Hi, Lila, congratulations on your first runway show! First up, the details: What should we be zooming in on?
Lila Grace Moss: The makeup was very natural, but with extra attention to detail—look out for the eyebrow slit.
You’ve already worked with luminaries including David Bailey, Tim Walker, and David Sims. Which fashion creatives are you excited to collaborate with next?
I’d love to work with Gray Sorrenti and Edward Enninful.
When it comes to your own closet, which three items of clothing do you wear on repeat?
Flared jeans, a cozy jumper, and Nike Air Jordans.
If you had to pick one investment piece for autumn, what would it be?
Saint Laurent ‘Kate’ boots.
What’s your signature beauty product?
I take my Marc Jacobs O!Mega coconut bronzer everywhere.
Who do you follow for beauty inspiration?
Pat McGrath and her team are incredible.
What’s the best tip for taking care of your skin?
Use SPF 50 sunscreen on your face.
What TV show got you through lockdown?
Me and my mom watched [the Michael Jordan basketball documentary] The Last Dance together— we couldn’t turn it off.
Do you have a secret for getting a good night’s sleep?
Rescue Remedy night spray.
Our world is undergoing enormous transformations. What three lifestyle changes have you made this year for the benefit of the planet?
Cutting down on eating meat, supporting sustainable brands, and avoiding single-use plastic wherever possible.
Is there a cause close to your heart that we can also support?
Project Zero does an amazing job of protecting our oceans.
If we could teleport you to any restaurant in the world for a celebratory post-show dinner, where would that be? And what would you order?
An amazing Japanese restaurant in Malaga [Spain] called Ta-Kumi, and I’d order everything!