Kate Moss showed her support for a good cause on Thursday, as she launched her second range with Save The Children.The model joined forces with her daughter Lila to show off the abstract collection made in collaboration with her brand KMA Studio.
Kate Moss showed her support for Save The Children
Speaking about the collection, Kate said the pieces are inspired by her belief in The Butterfly Effect, which states that seemingly minor events can have large and significant consequences.
In one image Kate Moss posted in the white t-shirt covered with a pastel tie-dye print tucked into tie-dye blue jeans.
Meanwhile Lila posed in a hoodie from the range that boasts a similar print, alongside fellow models Samer Rahma and Louis Baines, who are both signed to Kate’s self-titled agency.
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Kate Moss said: “Having recently launched KMA Studio the team and I wanted to create more sustainable merchandise which also benefits others.“
She added: “Inspired by the ”Butterfly Effect” theory of small change having a big effect and my love of butterflies, we designed this custom, abstract print.
“Partnering with Save The Children on a limited run of hoodies and t-shirts means we can donate to a greater cause through our small-scale project.”
KMA Studio will be donating £5 from each item sold to Save the Children to ensure that disadvantaged children around the world can stay safe and healthy to keep learning.
This isn’t the first time Lila has joined forces with her famous mother for a fashion venture, as the pair both walked the runway for the Fendi show at Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris last month.
The limited edition t-shirt and hoodie, priced at £45 and £90 respectively, are made from 100 per cent organic cotton and will be shipped in recycled packaging.