What no Dior Kate Moss's fashion-conscious daughter Lila Grace is delighted she can finally fit into Topshop clothes
13:54 GMT, 29 August 2012
She is the world famous clothes horse with wardrobes laden with designer labels. And one day, no doubt that will all belong to her daughter Lila Grace.
But for now, Kate Moss's nine-year old girl is happy with plain old Topshop.
The daughter of the supermodel is said by her stepfather Jamie Hince to be 'mad' about the high street store – and elated that she is finally tall enough to wear the clothes.
Stylish pair: Kate Moss, on holiday with daughter Lila Grace in St Tropez this week
Speaking to Grazia, Kate's husband Hince said: 'She just loves clothes. She's mad about Topshop. Just before I left for New York, she was so made up because she could finally fit into the shop's Petite range.
'But she was still a little bit devastated because there was so much she couldn't fit in to – yet.'
Kate Moss has a special affinity with the store and its owner Philip Green, who is a firm friend. The model designed a range for Topshop in 2007 that was inspired by items in her own wardrobe, and caused a storm outside the Oxford Street branch at the time of the collection's launch when she posed in the window wearing one of the pieces from the her line.
Lila Moss, whose godmother is Sadie Frost, said recently that she enjoys putting on fashion shows with her friend Iris Law, the daughter of Frost and Jude Law.
She said: 'My god-sister, Lila, and I have gotten into the habit of creating little photo shoots every time we see each other. I enjoy this, because it's everything I love in one go; it's creative, it makes you think- it's fashion.'
Kate Moss has a special affinity with the brand – she designed her first range for Topshop in 2007 and is firm friends with Arcadia chief Philip Green